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Gerichtshof der Europäischen Union Die angefragten Informationen waren nicht vorhanden.

Brigitta Anna Fazekas

Dear Court of Justice of the European Union,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information: I have been a victim of a conspiracy done by individuals working within authoritive positions in a particular town I resided in for Nearly forty years. It resulted in defamation, theft of my property, murder of my family members and an attempt on my life. I have been refused appeals and they refused to view my evidence nor listen to witnesses. The have sallied my name making false claims and rendered extreme hardship and grief. They have tampered with my ID and write false information about me. I want justice but they refuse to see my evidence although I have also sent it higher they too refuse to acknowledge. I want my property back and through trickery and lies if even the solicitor acting for me they acquired. They know that I am unable to pay for legal representation and refuse to engage without one as I continue to let them know that I am aware of their criminal behaviour against me. Please I have no other information on how I can report these individuals and make sure justice is done. I hope that you can advise me further. I await your reply ASAP.

Yours faithfully, Brigitta Anna Fazekas. [email address]

Brigitta Anna Fazekas

Dear Court of Justice of the European Union,

I have written to you and not recieved a reply. I have been promoted to write again stating this and to ask you to reply. Thank You.
Yours faithfully,

Brigitta Anna Fazekas

Registry ECJ, Gerichtshof der Europäischen Union

In reply to your e-mail, it seems appropriate to give some information about the duties and jurisdiction of the Court.

The Court of Justice ensures that in the interpretation and application of the Treaties the law is observed. The interpretation and application of provisions of the national law of the Member States do not form part of its duties. Neither can it hear and determine actions for breach of the European Convention on Human Rights by the authorities of the Signatory States; the Court of Justice is not to be confused with the European Court of Human Rights (see the latter's website at: www.echr.coe.int).

The Court of Justice is not a court of appeal from the national courts and cannot declare their judgments void or vary them.

Private persons may bring proceedings against an institution of the European Union only before the General Court and not before the Court of Justice. In such proceedings representation by a lawyer entitled to practise in a Member State is compulsory.

Disputes with Member States or their authorities, or between private persons, fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of the national courts. This is so even where questions of European Union law are concerned. A court of a Member State may (or in certain circumstances, must), however, refer to the Court of Justice for a preliminary ruling on questions of European Union law. The parties themselves have no such right.

The Registrar of the Court of Justice is thus unable to take any steps with regard to your e-mail.

For further information regarding the jurisdiction and the work of the Court, please visit the Court's website at: www.curia.europa.eu

The Registry of the European Court of Justice

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Registry ECJ, Gerichtshof der Europäischen Union

In reply to your e-mail, it seems appropriate to give some information about the duties and jurisdiction of the Court.

The Court of Justice ensures that in the interpretation and application of the Treaties the law is observed. The interpretation and application of provisions of the national law of the Member States do not form part of its duties. Neither can it hear and determine actions for breach of the European Convention on Human Rights by the authorities of the Signatory States; the Court of Justice is not to be confused with the European Court of Human Rights (see the latter's website at: www.echr.coe.int).

The Court of Justice is not a court of appeal from the national courts and cannot declare their judgments void or vary them.

Private persons may bring proceedings against an institution of the European Union only before the General Court and not before the Court of Justice. In such proceedings representation by a lawyer entitled to practise in a Member State is compulsory.

Disputes with Member States or their authorities, or between private persons, fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of the national courts. This is so even where questions of European Union law are concerned. A court of a Member State may (or in certain circumstances, must), however, refer to the Court of Justice for a preliminary ruling on questions of European Union law. The parties themselves have no such right.

The Registrar of the Court of Justice is thus unable to take any steps with regard to your e-mail.

For further information regarding the jurisdiction and the work of the Court, please visit the Court's website at: www.curia.europa.eu

The Registry of the European Court of Justice

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