Judgment No. 1178
THE APPLICATION IS DISMISSED.
"The Tribunal's rulings carry the authority of res judicata. An application for review will succeed only in exceptional cases and several pleas in favour of review will not be entertained at all. They include an alleged mistake of law [...] other pleas in favour of review may be entertained if they are such as to affect the ruling. they include an omission to take account of particular facts".
application for review; admissible grounds for review; res judicata; case law; mistake of law
What [the complainant] is alleging [...] is disregard, not of facts, but of legal provisions. To misread [the Staff Regulations and the Convention] would amount to a mistake of law, and that does not afford admissible grounds for review.
mistake of law