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Case of R v. the United Kingdom (6/1986/104/152)

European Court of Human Rights.

Case of R v. the United Kingdom (6/1986/104/152)

article 50 : judgment.

by European Court of Human Rights.

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Published by Council of Europe in Strasbourg .
Written in English

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  • R.

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    Parallel English text and French translation.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, i, 6, 6p. ;
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    Open LibraryOL14316443M

    2 KHAN v. THE UNITED KINGDOM JUDGMENT 8. The hearing took place in public in the Human Rights Building, Strasbourg, on 26 October There appeared before the Court: (a) for the Government Mr C. WHOMERSLEY, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Agent, Lord WILLIAMS OF MOSTYN QC, Attorney-General, Mr J. CROW, Counsel, Ms R. COLLINS-RICE,File Size: KB. In R(Begum) v Tower Hamlets London Borough Council [] 2 AC the House of Lords was prepared to assume that a decision as to housing for a homeless person did involve a “civil right” but in the more recent case of Ali v Birmingham City Council [] 2 AC 39 the Supreme Court confronted that question and decided that it did not.

      The UK is a common law country and as such judgments and case law are particularly important as the doctrine of precedent applies. This means that the judgment of each case can bind all subsequent cases depending on the seniority of the court (the court system has a hierarchical structure.). As such case law becomes part of the law by either Author: Kate Jackson. For example, the recent case Windsor v. United States (the DOMA case) is not available in the U.S. Reports yet (as of 2/13/). So it must be cited from the Supreme Court Reporter. Thus, the unofficial Supreme Court Reporter cite for the Windsor case is , Windsor v. Author: Sue Altmeyer.

    This is a list of judgments given by the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom between the court's inception on 1 October and the most recent judgments. Cases are listed in order of their neutral citation and where possible a link to the official text of the decision in PDF format has been provided.. Unless otherwise noted, cases were heard by a panel of 5 judges.   A recent case, J.M. v. the United Kingdom, startled our research team. The case concerns a British child support rule that is at first glance counter-intuitive. The rule, from the Child Support Act , states that the parent who does not have the primary care of the children is .


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