Rubén Alfredo Cruz Vegas

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.493-498

Through the present work we seek, from judicial practice, to publicize a phenomenon that is very common in our national courts; which consists of the fact that the courts, under the pretext of qualifying the claim, end up “inventing” legal requirements that often end in a declaration of inadmissibility or inadmissibility of such claims. Such a situation ends up violating the right of access to the jurisdiction; Well, in many of these cases the defendants see their claims “drown” under the clutches of inadmissibility and inadmissibility, putting into question the right to Jurisdictional Protection, which constitutes a fundamental right of every State. Constitutional Law.

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