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Human Rights Cases

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ISBN13: 9780567005397
ISBN: 0567005399
Published: December 2000
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



The European Convention on Human Rights and its Protocols contain provisions which affect almost every area of law and legal practice, including property law, family law and civil and criminal litigation. The Human Rights Act 1998 incorporates the Convention into UK law.

It creates remedies against public authorities acting in ways which breach the Convention rights and will require courts and tribunals to take account of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. Every lawyer will need to know about human rights cases. In this new book, which is designed to be used alongside textbooks on European human rights law, Alastair Brown provides detailed summaries of over 200 of the most frequently cited human rights cases. Previously a T & T Clarke publication.

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Subjects:
Human Rights and Civil Liberties
Contents:
ARTICLE 2: The right to life.
ARTICLE 3: The prohibition of torture etc.
ARTICLE 4: The right not to be held in slavery or required to perform forced labour.
ARTICLE 5: Liberty and security of person.
ARTICLE 6: The right to a fair hearing.
ARTICLE 7: The right not to be subjected to retrospective criminalisation.
ARTICLE 8: The right to respect for private life.
ARTICLE 9: The right to freedom of conscience and religion.
ARTICLE 10: The right to freedom of expression.
ARTICLE 11: The right to freedom of assembly.
ARTICLE 12: The right to marry.
PROTOCOL 1: ARTICLE 1 - The right to peaceful enjoyment of possessions.
PROTOCOL 1: ARTICLE 2 - The right to education.
PROTOCOL 1: ARTICLE 3 - The right to free elections."