Family life

The delay in reconnecting mother and daughter was mandated by a court investigation after allegations of sexual abuse. No violation of family life.

JUDGMENT  Stankūnaitė v. Lithuania 29.10.2019 ( no.  67068/11) see here  SUMMARY  The case concerned complaints by the applicant about care decisions related to her daughter and delays in reuniting them. The Court found in particular that the authorities had acted with the requisite diligence in the care proceedings: they had had first to wait for […]

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Failure to execute a decision regaridng the mother’s custody of her children until they reach adulthood! The inactivity of the state violated family life

JUDGMENT Milovanović v. Serbia 08.10.2019  (no. 56065/10) see here  SUMMARY,  Child custody. Failure to execute a decision and state responsibilities. Violation of family life. Violation of fair trial the unreasonable length of the proceedings before the Constitutional Court. The national courts irrevocably granted the exclusive custody of the two minor children to the applicant’s mother, whom […]

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Failure to allow a psychiatric detainee to attend her mother’s funeral violates her right to family life.

JUDGMENT Solcan v. Romania 08.10.2019  (no. 32074/14) see here   SUMMARY Failure to permit a schizophrenic criminal detainee at a psychiatric clinic to attend her mother’s funeral violated her right to family life. Restrictions on the rights and freedoms of the individual. The applicant, who is suffering from schizophrenia, is involuntarily detained in a psychiatric clinic […]

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The authorities’ inactivity to enforce a judgment on parental authority for the mother and the subsequent absurd reasoning of the courts for parental deprivation violated the right to family life.

JUDGMENT Zelikha Magomadova v. Russia 08.10.2019 (no.58724/14) see here  SUMMARY The case concerned a widow being denied access to her six children by her in-laws in defiance of court orders and the authorities’ decision to withdraw her parental authority. Ms Magomadova was forcibly separated from her children by her brother-in-law in 2010. The children remained […]

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The inability to regain legal capacity, although its deprivation was based only on an earlier psychiatric report, violated both the right to a fair trial and the right to respect for privacy.

JUDGMENT Nikolyan v. Armenia 3-10-2019 (no. 74438/14) see here SUMMARY The case concerned an applicant who was declared legally incapable in 2013, following proceedings brought by his wife and son. The Court found that the applicant could neither pursue his divorce and eviction claim against his wife nor seek restoration of his legal capacity in […]

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The applicant was not aware of the other party’s allegations to respond them in hers child custody case law. Violation equality of arms.

JUDGMENT Andersena v. Latvia of 19.09.2019 (no. 79441/17) see here SUMMARY Adversarial proceedings, equality of arms and the right to family life. The applicant moved from the family home with her daughter to another country. The father filed a lawsuit and won the child’s return to his place of residence. In the proceedings before the Court, the applicant […]

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Unfair interventions in schools violated the basic rights of students, parents and teachers in education, privacy and personal freedom.

JUDGMENT Iovcev and others v. the Republic of Moldova and Russia 17.09.2019 (no. 40942/14) see here SUMMARY Teacher intimidation and illegal investigations of students by the “MRT”, directed by the Russian Federation. The applicants are five students, three parents and 10 members of the Romanian / Moldavan language school in Moldova. The “MRT”, which is  in economic  […]

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Conviction of a deceased (!) violates the fair trial. Presumption of innocence guarantees lack of criminal responsibility after the defendant’s death.

JUDGMENT Magnitskiyiy and others v. Russia  27.08.2019 (no. 32631/09 and 53799/12) see here SUMMARY  Conviction of the deceased. Criminal responsibility does not remain after the defendant death. This dictates the presumption of innocence. Conviction of the accused after his death violates the right to a fair trial as criminal proceedings require the defendant to participate. […]

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National courts in child custody cases must take into account evidence presented by a party and carry out a thorough examination of the family situation. Violation of family life.

JUDGMENT  Širvinskas v. Lithuania 23.07.2019 (no. 21243/17) see here  SUMMARY Interest of the child and arrangement of his residence in the event of divorce of his/her parents. The applicant had a daughter with his former wife. Because of personal reasons their marriage ended. The mother did not comply with the original settlement agreement of joined custody […]

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Cases involving parent-child relationships must be handled quickly and with extreme care. The 10-year-long court process for parental custody of two minor children violated the right to family life.

JUDGMENT R.V. and others v. Italy 18.07.2019 (no. 37748/13) see here SUMMARY  Parents’ inadequacy, parental care and foster family. The applicant, following a complaint from a relative, found it unsuitable for bringing up two children aged just 1 and 3 years respectively. The procedures for taking care of children have been made long and complicated. […]

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