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Resources tagged with "Procedural Applications"

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    Just satisfaction claims for individuals under HRA

    April 17 2014 | Conference papers | By Tim Eicke QC

    The award of just satisfaction is not an automatic consequence of a finding by the

    European Court of Human Rights that there has been a violation of a right guaranteed by the

    European Convention on Human Rights or its Protocols. This paper sets out the formal and substantive requirements for submitting claims for just satisfaction.