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Merger Control
6.
Appeal
6.1
Can the parties appeal the authority’s decision? If so, which decisions of the authority can be appealed (eg, all decisions or just the final decision) and what sort of appeal will the reviewing court or tribunal conduct (eg, will it be limited to errors of law or will it conduct a full review of all facts and evidence)?
 
Azerbaijan
Under Rules 120 approved by the Cabinet of Ministers on 29 May 1998 on Consideration of Cases on Breach of Anti-monopoly Laws, a decision of the State Service for Anti-monopoly Policy and Protection of Consumer Rights can be appealed to an upper body or to the court. An appeal to court should be made within six months of issue of the decision.

The court should consider the case on its merits (ie, a full review of all facts and evidence must be conducted).

For more information about this answer please contact: Leyla Safarova from BM Morrison Partners LLC
6.2
Can third parties appeal the authority’s decision, and if so, in what circumstances?
 
Azerbaijan
Third parties can appeal a decision of the State Service for Anti-monopoly Policy and Protection of Consumer Rights only where and to the extent that the decision affects their interests.

For more information about this answer please contact: Leyla Safarova from BM Morrison Partners LLC