Family life


Eviction from a partner’s house following the death of the another partner is a violation of the right to residence

JUDGMENT Yevgeniy Zakharov v. Russia 14-3-2017 (no. 66610/10) see here  SUMMARY Mr Zakharov, the applicant, complained about his eviction from local authority housing after the death of his partner. In the ensuing court proceedings, the courts refused to recognise him as his deceased partner’s family member and thus to acknowledge his right to occupy her room in […]

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Obstruction of parental and child communication is punishable by the Court

JUDGMENT Αneva κ.α. v. Bulgaria 06-04-2017 (no. 66997/13, 77760/14 and 50240/15) see here  SUMMARY Respect for family life. Obstruction of communication and contact with children. Three different parents appealed to the ECtHR on the grounds that they were unable to communicate with their children despite the existence of a custodial judgment or rights of communication, […]

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The detained prisoner can not be deprived of contacts with his relatives nor ftom practicing his religious worship.

DECISION Moroz v. Ukraine 2-3-2017 (no. 5187/07) see here  SUMMARY Family life. Right to correspondence. Religious freedom. The inability during the detention of the applicant to communicate with his relatives and to correspond with them constitutes a breach of family life and the right of correspondence of the prisoner. The ECtHR also ruled that there […]

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The difficulties of visiting relatives in prison due to distance are, under certain conditions, a breach of the family life of the prisoner.

JUDGMENT Labaca Larrea v. France 02-03-2017 (no. 56710/13, 56727/13 και 57412/13) see here  SUMMARY The difficulties of visiting relatives in prison due to distance are, under certain conditions, a breach of the family life of the prisoner.visit him, since the ability of his family members to visit him is necessary for the continuation of his normal family […]

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The multi-annual judicial war focusing on children’s communication directly affects the interests of minors and violates the ECHR

JUDGMENT D’Alconzo v. Italy 23-02-2017 (no. 64297/12) see here  SUMMARY Right to family life. Contact between father and his children. The case concerned the applicant’s inability to exercise the right of communication and contact with his two children. His former partner left for the US along with their children. The applicant denounced the matter before […]

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Ban on US nationals adopting Russian children led to unlawful discrimination

JUDGMENT A.H. and Others v. Russia (application nos. 6033/13, 8927/13, 10549/13, 12275/13, 23890/13, 26309/13, 27161/13, 29197/13, 32224/13, 32331/13, 32351/13, 32368/13, 37173/13, 38490/13, 42340/13 and 42403/13) 17.01.2017 see here SUMMARY The applications were brought by 45 US nationals: both on their own behalf, and on behalf of 27 Russian children. In late 2012, the US applicants […]

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