How to protect your rights when a case is lost in national courts, despite human rights violations – to apply to the European Court of Human Rights.
The procedure for applying to the European Court of Human Rights, as well as the process itself, is formalized and has its own clear rules, which our qualified lawyers will help you to cope with.
It should be remembered that even the application form to the European Court of Human Rights must be submitted on a specific form, which is approved by the court itself, because submission of another application form will not be considered by the court.
In addition, the time limits for having recourse to the court should be constantly clarified and verified, as their change depends not only on adoption of the relevant protocol, but also on the status of signing of such a protocol by all participating countries of the Convention for the protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
It is also important to clearly and concisely describe human rights violations by the state when submitting an application, as the European Court of Human Rights is not a court of fourth instance, it does not review and does not resolve a private dispute, for this purpose, it is important not only to know the formal rules for filing an application, but also to know the court’s practice in order to understand the correct wording of violated rights.
No less important is the communication stage, when, after receiving the government’s objections, it is possible to describe in more detail the violations of the law and recall the fair satisfaction.
If you decide to assert your rights and defend yourself in the European Court of Human Rights, the Law Firm “Kravets & Partners” will help you at any stage, because everyone deserves to restore his rights.
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The European Court in deciding the case can admit that your rights have been violated, in addition may award just compensation. Decisions of the European Court of Human Rights are binding for States – Members of the Council of Europe.