Casado Coca v Spain: ECHR 24 Feb 1994

The right to freedom of expression is not personal to the individual and is capable of being enjoyed by corporate legal persons, and commercial advertising, such as that of the claimants, is protected by Article 10(1). However, the control of lawyers’ right to advertise their practices, was not a breach of the right of free expression.


Times 01-Apr-1994, [1994] ECHR 8, 15450/89, (1994) 18 EHRR 1


Worldlii, Bailii


European Convention on Human Rights 10(1)


Human Rights

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CitedNorth Cyprus Tourism Centre Ltd and Another, Regina (on the Application Of) v Transport for London Admn 28-Jul-2005
The defendants had prevented the claimants from advertising their services in North Cyprus on their buses, and justified this saying that the Crown did not recognise the Turkish Republic of North Cyprus since it was the result of an unlawful . .
CitedCore Issues Trust v Transport for London Admn 22-Mar-2013
The claimant sought judicial review of the decision made by TfL not to allow an advertisement on behalf of the Trust to appear on the outside of its buses. It was to read: ‘NOT GAY! EX-GAY, POST-GAY AND PROUD. GET OVER IT!’. The decision was said to . .
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Updated: 19 May 2022; Ref: scu.78930