European Court of Human Rights Summaries of Judgments

European Court of Human Rights Summaries of Judgments    [  ] PART ONE: EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS SUMMARIES OF JUDGMENTS    [  ]    [  ] S.G. v. FRANCE No longer justified to continue the examination of the application – struck out Article 37 A deceased applicant could be replaced by a juristic person named as heir only if the heir was able to show a legitimate interest – pecuniary or non-pecuniary – in continuing the proceedings. In a judgment delivered on  September  in the case of S.G. v. France , the European Court of Human Rights unanimously struck the case off the Court’s list. This judgment is not final. Pursuant to Article  , Section  of the Convention, within three months from the date of the judgment of a Chamber, any party to the case may, in exceptional cases, request that the case be referred to the Grand Cham- ber.  . Principal facts The applicant had maintained that the principles of the quality of arms and of adversarial process had not been observed in proceedings before the Court of Cas- sation, as the judge rapporteur’s report was not communicated to the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Human Rights Case Digest Brill

European Court of Human Rights Summaries of Judgments

Human Rights Case Digest, Volume 12 (11-12): 865 – Jan 1, 2001
102 pages

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Brill
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© 2001 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0965-934X
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1571-8131
D.O.I.
10.1163/157181301400144604
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   [  ] PART ONE: EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS SUMMARIES OF JUDGMENTS    [  ]    [  ] S.G. v. FRANCE No longer justified to continue the examination of the application – struck out Article 37 A deceased applicant could be replaced by a juristic person named as heir only if the heir was able to show a legitimate interest – pecuniary or non-pecuniary – in continuing the proceedings. In a judgment delivered on  September  in the case of S.G. v. France , the European Court of Human Rights unanimously struck the case off the Court’s list. This judgment is not final. Pursuant to Article  , Section  of the Convention, within three months from the date of the judgment of a Chamber, any party to the case may, in exceptional cases, request that the case be referred to the Grand Cham- ber.  . Principal facts The applicant had maintained that the principles of the quality of arms and of adversarial process had not been observed in proceedings before the Court of Cas- sation, as the judge rapporteur’s report was not communicated to the

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Published: Jan 1, 2001

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