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Revista de derecho ambiental (Santiago)

versión On-line ISSN 0719-4633

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HARRIS MOYA, Pedro. Access to administrative litigation of absolute third parties in the environmental impact assessment. Rev. derecho ambient. (Santiago) [online]. 2022, n.17, pp.7-34. ISSN 0719-4633.  http://dx.doi.org/10.5354/0719-4633.2022.63993.

From the perspective of absolute third parties, the general claim in the environmental impact assessment has entailed multiple restrictions to the right of equal access to justice, due to the applicable legal provisions and the judicial interpretation of said provisions. Since such restrictions are not present in the claims exercised by the owner of the project and their relative third parties, the exercise of claims against environmental qualification resolutions has entailed a breach of the equality of access to judicial protection in the environmental impact assessment. Given the insufficiency of the remaining actions that may be exercised by absolute third parties against environmental qualification resolutions, a different interpretation of art. 17 of the law which creates the Environmental Courts is needed (Law 20.600) to integrate absolute third parties in the same claim of relative third parties. An interpretation in this sense has positive foundations. It overcomes the current limitations in the exercise of the general claim and, finally, assures the right of equal access to justice for all those who have standing, regardless of their intervention or non-intervention in a citizen participation procedure.

Palabras clave : Access to justice; environmental claims; environmental courts; environmental impact assessment.

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