Download PDF, WORD Document FIRST SECTION CASE OF L.F. v. HUNGARY (Application no. 621/14) JUDGMENT Art 8 • Home • No legal basis for inspections of applicant’s house by various municipality authorities
The case concerns the domestic courts’ order to the applicant, a Jehovah’s Witness, to refrain from actively involving his daughter in his religious practice. It raises an issue under Article 8
Information Note on the Court’s case-law 262 May 2022 Oganezova v. Armenia – 71367/12 and 72961/12 Judgment 17.5.2022 [Section IV]
The applicant represented the plaintiff in civil proceedings concerning damages. The civil courts upheld the plaintiff’s claim in part. In his appeal on the points of law,
The application concerns the non-enforcement of a final court decision ordering the return of the applicant’s children to the place of their habitual residence, in France. It raises issues under Article 8 of the Convention.
The present case concerns the applicant’s ill-treatment by police officers during his arrest, which has allegedly resulted in the applicant’s inability to walk; ineffective investigation into
The case originated in an application (no. 42267/15) against the Russian Federation lodged with the Court under Article 34 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights
The case concerns the limitation of the applicant’s right of “access to a court” in accordance with Article 6 § 1 of the Convention.
The case concerns the applicant’s complaint under Article 3 of the Convention that he was ill‑treated by officers during a riot in prison.
The application concerns the State’s alleged failure to protect the applicant from harassment, homophobic attacks and threats because of her sexual orientation