Hudoc Judgment (Just satisfaction) Struck out of the list; Pecuniary damage – financial award; Non-pecuniary damage – finding of violation sufficient
‘possessions’ can be ‘existing possessions’ or assets, including claims, in respect of which the applicant can argue that he has at least a ‘legitimate expectation’ of obtaining effective enjoyment of a property right
17849/91,  ECHR 44
European Convention on Human Rights 6.1
See Also – Pressos Compania Naviera S A And Others v Belgium ECHR 20-Nov-1995
When determining whether a claimant has possessions or property within the meaning of Article I the court may have regard to national law and will generally do so unless the national law is incompatible with the object and purpose of Article 1. Any . .
Cited – Stretch v The United Kingdom ECHR 24-Jun-2003
The claimant had taken a lease of property from a local authority. Relying upon an option for renewal, he invested substantially in the property, but it was then decided that the option was ultra vires.
Held: Property rights protected under . .
See Also – Pressos Compania Naviera S A And Others v Belgium ECHR 10-Mar-2011
See Also – Pressos Compania Naviera S A And Others v Belgium (Article 50) ECHR 20-Nov-2011
Lists of cited by and citing cases may be incomplete.
Updated: 29 August 2021; Ref: scu.165513