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Theory and Practice of the European Convention on Human Rights 4th ed isbn 9789050955461

Theory and Practice of the European Convention on Human Rights 3rd ed

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ISBN13: 9789041105981
ISBN: 9041105980
New Edition ISBN: 9789050955461
Previous Edition ISBN: 9065443193
Published: August 1998
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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The developments which have taken place under the Convention since the second edition of this title was published have been numerous and comprehensive, and the Convention has gained a central position in the legal systems of many European countries. Three protocols have been added to the Convention; the number of parties to the Convention has grown from 22 to 36; and the case-law concerning the Convention has increased significantly.

Like its predecessors, this third edition offers a full description of the procedural practice and case-law of both the European Commission and the European Court of Human Rights.;Protocol No 11 to the Convention, which will enter into force by the end of 1998, will drastically change the supervisory system under the Convention, establishing one Court.

This Court will also perform the present functions of the Commission and it is expected that it will be guided by the Commission's procedures and working methods, and by its case-law concerning admissibility.

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I. General Survey of the European Convention.
II. Interpretation and Application of the Rights and Freedoms of the Convention in the Strasbourg Case-Law: General Principles and Concepts.
III. The Procedure Before the European Commission of Human Rights.
IV. The Examination of a Case by the European Court of Human Rights.
V. The Examination of a Case by the Committee of Ministers.
VI. The Supervisory Function of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe under Article 57.
VII. Analysis of the Rights and Freedoms.
VIII. Provisions Concerning Enjoyment of the Rights and Freedoms and Concerning Restriction of these Rights and Freedoms.
I. State of Ratifications.
II. Cited Decisions of the Commission on Admissibility (Applications).
III. Cited Reports of the Commission on the Merits.
IV. Cited Judgments of the Court.
V. Cited Resolutions of the Committee of Ministers.
VI. Reform of the Supervisory Mechanisms According to Protocol No 11.