Bronda v Italy: ECHR 9 Jun 1998

In some fields of law legal rules may not be laid down with total precision. Undue delay in child contact proceedings may have irreversible effects upon the child.


[1998] ECHR 46, 22430/93, (1998) 33 EHRR 81


Worldlii, Bailii

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CitedGillan, Regina (on the Application of) v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and Another HL 8-Mar-2006
The defendants said that the stop and search powers granted under the 2000 Act were too wide, and infringed their human rights. Each had been stopped when innocently attending demonstrations in London, and had been effectively detained for about . .
CitedNJDB v JEG and Another SC 23-May-2012
Mother and father disputed whether the father should be allowed contact with their child S. Court orders had been made for residential and non-residential contact, but there were difficulties and the order for contact was reversed on the basis that . .
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Human Rights, Children

Updated: 04 June 2022; Ref: scu.165623