INTRODUCTION. The case concerns the applicant’s allegations that he had been forcibly escorted to and held at a police station unlawfully and without relevant justification, in breach of Article 5 of the Convention.
INTRODUCTION. The case primarily concerns the complaint under Article 1 of Protocol No. 1 to the Convention about demolition of the applicant’s immovable property on the basis of a valid court
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INTRODUCTION. The issues in this case are whether the length of civil proceedings which lasted from 2012 until 2020 was compatible with the “reasonable time” requirement, laid down in Article 6 § 1 of the Convention,
INTRODUCTION. The case concerns the confinement of an Iranian-Afghan family, including three minor children, to the Röszke transit zone at the border of Hungary and Serbia between 19 April and 15 August 2017.
INTRODUCTION. The present case concerns the authorities’ refusal to return the applicant’s daughter, whose mother had been deprived of parental authority and who had been placed in a foster family without
FIFTH SECTION CASE OF MOLCHENKO AND PAVLENKO v. UKRAINE (Applications nos. 64639/19 and 64649/19) JUDGMENT STRASBOURG 25 February 2021
FIFTH SECTION CASE OF VYSOTSKYY AND OTHERS v. UKRAINE (Application no. 59753/19 and 2 others – see appended list) JUDGMENT STRASBOURG 25 February 2021
FIFTH SECTION CASE OF KOLODIY v. UKRAINE (Application no. 51722/19) JUDGMENT STRASBOURG 25 February 2021
FIFTH SECTION CASE OF KHARKOVSKIY v. UKRAINE (Application no. 41602/19) JUDGMENT STRASBOURG 25 February 2021 This judgment is final but it may be subject to editorial revision.