Pe data de 15 noiembrie 2011, CEDO a pronunţat Decizia de inadmisibilitate în cazul (cazurile) Petrović v. Serbia.
Precum reiese din Decizie, dl Petrović a stabilit recordul de cereri cu conţinut dubios adresate CEDO, de peste 400 de aplicaţii, inclusiv în numele unor persoane decedate înaintea redactării procurii de reprezentare CEDO.
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“Moreover, he has applied the same practice in more than 400 cases that he has lodged before the Court against Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. In addition, he has brought before the Court more than 100 cases on behalf of other applicants as their lawyer.
In the course of the examination of the cases, it became evident that on at least three occasions Mr Petrović had submitted applications on behalf of people who had died, with the power of attorney signed on behalf of at least one of them after his death. In a number of other cases, the Court had doubts as to the authenticity of the powers of
attorney that Mr Petrović supplied with the applications.
In March 2010 the President of the Second Section of the Court decided to ban Mr Petrović from representing applicants before the Court, at that time and in the future. Despite being informed of the ban, Mr Petrović continued acting on behalf of the applicants, sometimes as their attorney and sometimes only by preparing their submissions for the Court. Each time he requested reimbursement of his fees, even though he was well aware that the Court would not take into consideration such requests.”