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Case of W v. the United Kingdom (4/1986/102/150)

European Court of Human Rights.

Case of W v. the United Kingdom (4/1986/102/150)

article 50 : judgment.

by European Court of Human Rights.

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Published by Council of Europe in Strasbourg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • W.

  • Edition Notes

    Parallel English text and French translation.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, i, 6, 6p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14316447M

    EVANS v. THE UNITED KINGDOM JUDGMENT 5 The trial judge, Wall J, heard the case over five days and took evidence from, among others, the applicant and J. On 1 October , in a page judgment (Evans v. Amicus Healthcare Ltd and Others [] EWHC (Fam)), he dismissed the applicant’s claims. 2 BENJAMIN & WILSON v. THE UNITED KINGDOM JUDGMENT the case (Rule 28). The Government accordingly appointed Sir Scott Baker to sit as an ad hoc judge in his place (Article 27 § 2 of the Convention and Rule 29 § 1).

    In the case of C.N. v. the United Kingdom, the European Court of Human Rights held that there had been a violation of Article 4 (prohibition of slavery and forced labour) of . Sep 27,  · In A.A. v. the United Kingdom, a recent case involving the deportation of a young Nigerian man, the Court faced, once again, the question whether relationships between adult children and parents/siblings amount to family life in deportation cases. The Court’s Fourth Section did not give a clear answer to this question.

    Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. KHAN v. THE UNITED KINGDOM JUDGMENT 1 In the case of Khan v. the United Kingdom, The European Court of Human Rights (Third Section), sitting as a Chamber composed of: Mr J.-P. COSTA, President, Mr W. FUHRMANN, Mr L. LOUCAIDES, Mr P. KURIS, Sir Nicolas BRATZA, Mrs H.S. GREVE, Mr K. TRAJA, judges, and Mrs S. DOLLÉ, Section Registrar.


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2 V.M. THE UNITED KINGDOM JUDGMENT A. The factual background 5. The applicant claims to have entered the United Kingdom illegally on 18 November with her son (“S”), who was born on 13 July On 22 November S was admitted to hospital with serious injuries.

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