J A Pye (Oxford) Ltd v The United Kingdom: ECHR 8 Jun 2004

Pellonpaa P
[2004] ECHR 727, [2005] ECHR 921
European Convention on Human Rights A1P1, Limitation Act 1980, Land Registration Act 1925
Human Rights
Cited by:
AdmissibilityJ A Pye (Oxford) Ltd v The United Kingdom ECHR 15-Nov-2005
The claimants had been the registered proprietors of land, they lost it through the adverse possession of former tenants holding over. They claimed that the law had dispossessed them of their lawful rights.
Held: The cumulative effect of the . .
AdmissibilityJ A Pye (Oxford) Ltd v The United Kingdom ECHR 30-Aug-2007
UK Advers Possession Law – Not Compliant
The claimant had said that the UK law which allowed it to lose land by virtue of twelve year’s occupation by a squatter, interfered with its right to ownership of property.
Held: The UK law on adverse possession did comply with the Convention. . .
AdmissibilityPye v United Kingdom ECHR 8-Nov-2006
Press announcement – Grand Chamber hearing . .

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