The right to peaceful enjoyment of property is breached by the state’s demand for return of property to the public with compensation of EUR 4.34!

JUDGMENT  Činga v. Lithuania 31-10-2017 (no. 69419/13) see here         SUMMARY  Judicial decision to return land to the state, although it contained all the operational and auxiliary facilities (water, gas, and power meter) needed for the smooth operation of the house. Insufficient compensation for the purchase of a comparable plot. The errors of […]

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Reducing benefits to a degree of survival impedes the right to property

JUDGMENT  Krajnc v. Slovenia 31-10-2017  (no. 38775/14) see here SUMMARY  Truck driver ceases to work due to epileptic seizures. An excessively reduced disability allowance, results in a serious survival problem. Infringement of the right to property protection PROVISION Article 1 of the First Additional Protocol PRINCIPAL FACTS  The applicant, Slavko Krajnc, is a Slovenian national […]

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The right to property of citizens after the fall of the Communist regime in Romania

JUDGMENT  Dickmann and Gion v. Romania  24-10-2017 (no. 10346/03 and 10893/04) see here SUMMARY  Mechanism for restoring assets after the fall of the communist regime. Ineffectiveness of procedures under the legislation on reimbursement or compensation for legal heirs. Infringement of property protection. PROVISION  Article 1 of the First Additional Protocol PRINCIPAL FACTS  The applicant in […]

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Government interventions on pensions, in view of the sustainability of the pension system

DECISION  Fábián v. Hungary 05/09/2017 (no. 78117/13) see here SUMMARY The suspension of a pensioner’s pension due to his work in the public sector. Justification for suspending the pension on grounds of protection of the public fund and ensuring the long-term viability of the Hungarian pension system. The applicant had not been significantly burdened since […]

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Reducing pensions in a time of financial crisis does not violate the right to property protection

JUDGMENT Mockienė v. Lithuania 27-07-2017 (no. 75916/13) see here   SUMMARY The applicant was an officer and received a retirement pension after her retirement from the Prison Division in January 2004. On 1 January 2010, a provisional law came into force which cut and reduced various social care benefits, including pensions, during the economic crisis. The […]

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The State’s obligation to comply with binding rulings and the protection shield of the ECtHR

JUDGMENT Panorama Ltd and Miličić v. Bosnia and Herzegovina 25-07-2017 (no. 69997/10 και 74793/11) see here  SUMMARY  The applicants in this case are Panorama Ltd, a limited liability company based in the Brčko Region, and Đuro Miličić, a national of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The case concerned the non-execution of internal irrevocable judgments in the applicants’ […]

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The time to estimate the compensation of expropriated land should be the closest possible to the payment of the compensation to the beneficiaries

JUDGMENT Πουλημένος and others v. Greece 20-07-2017 (no.  41230/12) see here  SUMMARY Calculation of the value of an expropriated property. Time and method of calculation. The case concerned the calculation of the definitive amount of compensation for the expropriation of a plot, and in particular the determination of the date taken into account for calculating […]

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