Vijayanathan and Pusparajah v France: ECHR 27 Aug 1992

Where a person is not at risk of a violation of a Convention right unless and until a particular decision is taken, for example as to deportation, the person cannot claim to be a victim unless and until such a decision is in fact made.
Preliminary objection allowed (victim)
17825/91, 17550/90, [1992] ECHR 54
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See AlsoVijayanathan and Pusparajah v France ECHR 4-Jun-1991
ECHR Judgment (Merits) – Preliminary objection allowed (victim). . .

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