Micallef v Malta: ECHR 15 Oct 2009

‘The Court reiterates that for Article 6(1) in its ‘civil’ limb to be applicable, there must be a dispute over a ‘civil right’ which can be said, at least on arguable grounds, to be recognised under domestic law’
Preliminary proceedings or what are referred to as ‘interim measures’ do not normally determine civil rights
17056/06, [2009] ECHR 1571, [2010] 50 EHRR 37, [2011] ECHR 2153
Bailii, Bailii
European Convention on Human Rights 6
Citing:
See AlsoMicallef v Malta ECHR 15-Jan-2008
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Updated: 06 February 2021; Ref: scu.264357