Taking a case to the European court of human rights / Philip Leach.

Material type: TextTextLondon : Blackstone Press, 2001Description: xxxix, 392 pages ; 22 cmContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISBN: 184174137XSubject(s): Human rights -- Europe | Civil rights -- EuropeLOC classification: KJC 5138 | L43 2001
Contents:
Introduction : The council of Europe and the European convention on human Rights Practice and procedure of the European court: pre-admissibility Practice and procedure of the European court: post-admissibility Practice and procedure of the European court: judgment and enforcement Admissibility criteria Underlying convention principles The substantive rights of the European convention Derogation and reservation Just satisfaction (article 41) Strengthening the prohibition of discrimination: protocol 12 Case study: Caballero v UK Sources of information on the European convention on human rights Appendices
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Books Books Commission on Human Rights Library
Human Rights
Corrected KJ 5138 L45 2001 (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available CHRPL002813d

Includes bibliographical references (p. 220-221) and index.

Introduction : The council of Europe and the European convention on human Rights Practice and procedure of the European court: pre-admissibility Practice and procedure of the European court: post-admissibility Practice and procedure of the European court: judgment and enforcement Admissibility criteria Underlying convention principles The substantive rights of the European convention Derogation and reservation Just satisfaction (article 41) Strengthening the prohibition of discrimination: protocol 12 Case study: Caballero v UK Sources of information on the European convention on human rights Appendices

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