The applicant’s tenancy came to an end on expiry of a notice to quit given by his wife, formerly a joint tenant with him, and possession was ordered. The Commission held that his complaint under article 8 was manifestly ill-founded because the alleged interference with the applicant’s rights under the article was justified under paragraph … Continue reading Ure v United Kingdom: ECHR 27 Nov 1996
The claimant appealed a decision to admit in evidence a tape recording, taken by an enquiry agent of the defendant who had entered her house unlawfully.
Held: The situation asked judges to reconcile the irreconcilable. Courts should be . .
The police authority took samples of DNA and fingerprints from the claimants whilst under arrest. After their cases had been dismissed or failed, they requested destruction of the samples and records, but this was refused.
Held: There was no . .
Unless warranted under Article 8.2, the revocation by the Court of Protection an LPA, which a donor executed when they had capacity and in which they chose a family member to be their attorney, would be a violation of their Article 8.1 right to respect for their private and family life Citations:  COPLR 69 … Continue reading Re Harcourt: CoP 2013
re_mjtCoP0414 The court had made an order transferring responsibility for MRJ’s affairs from the appointed attorney to the local authority. The order had been made on the papers, and the court now heard an application for it to be reconsidered. Held: The orders made were confirmed. The court recognised that the interference in a person’s … Continue reading Re MRJ JT and KT (Reconsideration of Order): CoP 10 Apr 2014