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Civil Wrongs (Liability of the State) Law 5712-1952 [full and updated version as of August 10, 2005, including Amendment No. 7]
Legislation | 10.8.2005
Following the judgment in HCJ 8276/05, Adalah et al. v. Minister of Defense et al., given on December 12, 2006, section 5c of the law is void.
Amendment no. 5 to the Civil Wrongs (Liability of State) Law will block virtually any possibility for Palestinian residents of the Occupied Territories harmed by Israel to sue for damages: The proposal is unconstitutional and contradicts international law
HaMoked, together with other human rights organizations, filed a petition to the HCJ demanding to revoke the amendment no. 7 to the Civil Wrongs (Liability of the State) Law: The law prevents Palestinians from seeking compensation from the State of Israel for damages inflicted by the Israeli security forces, even those inflicted outside of the context of a military operation
Petition filed by HaMoked – Center for the Defence of the Individual and eight other human rights organizations to void Amendment no. 7 to the Civil Wrongs (Liability of State) Law accepted: The HCJ voided section 5c of the amendment which sweepingly prevented Palestinians from claiming damages from the State of Israel for harm inflicted upon them by its security forces even outside the scope o...
HaMoked has petitioned the High Court of Justice (HCJ) regarding the unreasonable delays in forwarding the findings of investigations by the Military Police Investigations Unit (MPIU) into cases in which Palestinians are injured by the security forces: HaMoked emphasizes that forwarding investigation findings to the victims and their families within a reasonable period of time forms an integral... (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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