Cases Of De Wilde, Ooms And Versyp (‘Vagrancy’) v Belgium (Article 50): ECHR 10 Mar 1972


2899/66, [1972] ECHR 1, 2832/66, 2835/66




European Convention on Human Rights


See AlsoIn re De Wilde, Ooms and Versyp v Belgium (No 1) ECHR 18-Nov-1970
The applicants had been detained under Belgian vagrancy laws. An earlier decision had found that their rights had been infringed because of the lack of effective means for them to challenge their detention. The Belgian government said that the . .
See AlsoDe Wilde, Ooms and Versyp v Belgium ECHR 18-Jun-1971
ECHR Judgment (Just satisfaction) Preliminary objection rejected (non-exhaustion); Pecuniary damage – claim rejected; Non-pecuniary damage – finding of violation sufficient 2832/66; 2835/66; 2899/66
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