Language of document : ECLI:EU:C:2019:225


 


 



Order of the Court of Justice (Seventh Chamber) of 19 March 2019 — Michal Harvilik — HYDRA v Czech Republic and the European Court of Human Rights

(Case C768/18 P)

(Appeal — Article 181 of the Rules of Procedure of the Court of Justice — Action for annulment and for damages — Decision of the European Court of Human Rights concerning the inadmissibility of an action brought against the Czech Republic — Manifest lack of jurisdiction)

1.      Appeal — Grounds — Grounds which are manifestly inadmissible or manifestly unfounded — Dismissal at any point, by reasoned order, without an oral procedure

(Rules of Procedure of the Court of Justice, Art. 181)

(see para. 6)

2.      Judicial proceedings — Action for annulment or for damages brought by a natural or legal person against a Member State and the European Court of Human Rights — General Court clearly lacking jurisdiction — Inadmissibility

(Arts 256, 263, 268 and 340, paras 3 and 4, TFEU)

(see para. 10)

Operative part

1.

The appeal is dismissed as manifestly inadmissible.

2.

Michal Harvilik — HYDRA is to bear its own costs.