Jankovic v Croatia: ECHR 2000

Although a claim to a social security benefit is a possession (thereby attracting article 14) it does not entitle one to anything in particular.
(2000) 30 EHRR CD183
European Convention on Human Rights
Human Rights
CitedMuller v Austria ECHR 1975
Article 1 does not guarantee a right to a pension of any particular amount, but that the right safeguarded by Article 1 consists, at most, ‘in being entitled as a beneficiary of the social insurance scheme to any payments made by the fund.’ A claim . .

Cited by:
CitedCarson, Regina (on the Application of) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions; Reynolds v Same HL 26-May-2005
One claimant said that as a foreign resident pensioner, she had been excluded from the annual uprating of state retirement pension, and that this was an infringement of her human rights. Another complained at the lower levels of job-seeker’s . .

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Updated: 31 July 2021; Ref: scu.225369