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Friendly Settlements Before the European Court of Human Rights: Theory and Practice

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The friendly settlement procedure is an important tool for the reduction of the European Court of Human Rights' (ECtHR) case load. Recent practice demonstrates that this procedure is increasingly resorted to by applicants and Contracting States. Friendly Settlements before the European Court of Human Rights evaluates this largely unexplored instrument from doctrinal as wel ...more
Hardcover, 330 pages
Published November 15th 2010 by Oxford University Press, USA
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