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|Publication:||[not yet received]|
|Title:||Ceh v. Serbia|
|Date of reference by Commission:|
|Date of reference by State:|
|Date of Judgment:||01-07-2008|
|Articles:||6-1||Conclusion:||Violation of article 6-1|
Peák v. Hungary; Conceria Madera S.R.L. v. Italy; Berent-Derda v. Poland; Borysiewicz v. Poland; Piaskowski and others v. Poland; Sadura v. Poland; Taschina v. Romania; Ceh v. Serbia
In these cases, the applicants complained in particular about the excessive length of (non-criminal) proceedings. In the case of Borysiewicz the Court declared the remainder of the application inadmissible.
|Last Modified: 13-01-2014 16:18:19 (Documentation SIM)