H v The United Kingdom: ECHR 9 Jun 1988

Hudoc Violation of Art. 6-1; Violation of Art. 8; Just satisfaction reserved
Hudoc Judgment (Just satisfaction) Costs and expenses – struck out of the list (friendly settlement); Non-pecuniary damage – financial award
Article 8 was infringed by delay in the conduct of access and adoption proceedings because the proceedings ‘lay within an area in which procedural delay may lead to a de facto determination of the matter in issue’, which was precisely what had occurred.

[1987] 10 EHRR 95, 9580/81, [1988] ECHR 9, [1987] ECHR 14
Worldlii, Worldlii, Bailii, Bailii
European Convention on Human Rights 8
Human Rights
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CitedAnufrijeva and Another v London Borough of Southwark CA 16-Oct-2003
The various claimants sought damages for established breaches of their human rights involving breaches of statutory duty by way of maladministration. Does the state have a duty to provide support so as to avoid a threat to the family life of the . .

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Human Rights, Children

Updated: 23 December 2021; Ref: scu.165017