[ ] LARIOSHINA v. RUSSIA Prohibition of inhuman or degrading treatment – inadmissible Article 3 Protection of property – inadmissible Protocol No. 1, Article 1 Amount of old-age pension and social benefits allegedly insufficient to maintain adequate standard of living On April a Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights unani- mously declared inadmissible the application in the case of Larioshina v. Russia . Summary of the facts The applicant is a Russian national, born in . The applicant receives her old- age pension and certain other social benefits from the social security authorities. She claimed that from to the amount of these benefits had not been properly calculated. She applied to the District Court, claiming pecuniary and non-pecuniary damages in this respect. On November the court dismissed the action on the ground that the applicant had been entitled to the social benefit in question, but that before July she had not applied for it in accordance with the procedure established by that law. The court also noted that since July the applicant had received the claimed benefit. On December the Supreme
Human Rights Case Digest – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2002
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