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https://dejure.org/2007,16736
EGMR, 04.09.2007 - 45563/04 (https://dejure.org/2007,16736)
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  • EGMR, 31.05.2011 - 24120/06

    Weigerung deutscher Gerichte, Nachkommen der Opfer von Waffen-SS-Massaker in

    Der Gerichtshof erinnert daran, dass die Konvention den Vertragsstaaten keine spezifische Pflicht auferlegt, Unrecht oder Schäden, die von ihrem Vorgängerstaat verursacht wurden, wieder gut zu machen (Associazione Nazionale Reduci Dalla Prigionia dall'Internamento e dalla Guerra di Liberazione und 275 weitere ./. Deutschland (Entsch.), Nr. 45563/04, 4. September 2007, und E. und andere ./. Deutschland (Entsch.), Nr. 14849/08, CEDH 2009-...).
  • EGMR, 18.02.2009 - 55707/00

    Andrejeva ./. Lettland

    En outre, c'est la Lettonie qui fut victime de l'agression soviétique et la Cour opère en principe une distinction entre les Etats ou les régimes qui ont causé des souffrances et les Etats qui, de leur propre gré, en dehors de toute obligation, ont décidé de réparer, au moins en partie, les dommages causés (voir, mutatis mutandis, Associazone Nazionale Reduci dalla Prigionia dall'Internamento e dalla Guerra di Liberazione et autres c. Allemagne (déc.), no 45563/04, 4 septembre 2007, dans laquelle aucune responsabilité ne fut imputée à l'Allemagne pour les préjudices causés par le Troisième Reich, et Wos c. Pologne (déc.), no 22860/02, CEDH 2005-IV, où une réparation partielle pour le travail forcé effectué pendant la Deuxième guerre mondiale n'a fait pesé aucune obligation supplémentaire sur la Pologne).
  • EGMR, 02.02.2010 - 31438/06

    KADLUCZKA v. POLAND

    This principle applies to the Federal Republic of Germany in respect of wrongs or damage caused by the German Reich (see Associazione Nazionale Reduci Dalla Prigionia dall'Internamento e dalla Guerra di Liberazione (A.N.R.P.) v. Germany (dec.), no. 45563/04, 4 September 2007; and Ernewein and Others v. Germany (dec.), no. 14849/08, 2 May 2009) but it is even more relevant for third States, like Poland, who bear no responsibility in connection with wrongs inflicted by a foreign occupying force or another State (see, mutatis mutandis, Broniowski v. Poland [GC], no. 31443/96, § 124, ECHR 2004-V; Maltzan and Others v. Germany (dec.) [GC], nos.

    For details, see the decision in the case Associazione Nazionale Reduci Dalla Prigionia dall'Internamento e dalla Guerra di Liberazione (A.N.R.P.) v. Germany, no. 45563/04, 4 September 2007.

  • EGMR, 02.02.2010 - 36137/04

    KROSTA v. POLAND

    This principle applies to the Federal Republic of Germany in respect of wrongs or damage caused by the German Reich (see Associazione Nazionale Reduci Dalla Prigionia dall'Internamento e dalla Guerra di Liberazione (A.N.R.P.) v. Germany (dec.), no. 45563/04, 4 September 2007; and Ernewein and Others v. Germany (dec.), no. 14849/08, 2 May 2009) but it is even more relevant for third States, like Poland, who bear no responsibility in connection with wrongs inflicted by a foreign occupying force or another State (see, mutatis mutandis, Broniowski v. Poland [GC], no. 31443/96, § 124, ECHR 2004-V; Maltzan and Others v. Germany (dec.) [GC], nos.

    [3] For details, see the decision in the case Associazione Nazionale Reduci Dalla Prigionia dall'Internamento e dalla Guerra di Liberazione (A.N.R.P.) v. Germany, no. 45563/04, 4 September 2007.

  • EGMR, 13.10.2009 - 16778/02

    JAKOWICZ v. POLAND

    This principle applies to the Federal Republic of Germany in respect of wrongs or damage caused by the German Reich (see Associazione Nazionale Reduci Dalla Prigionia dall'Internamento e dalla Guerra di Liberazione (A.N.R.P.) v. Germany (dec.), no. 45563/04, 4 September 2007; and Ernewein and Others v. Germany (dec.), no. 14849/08, 2 May 2009) but it is even more relevant for third States, like Poland, who bear no responsibility in connection with wrongs inflicted by a foreign occupying force or another State (see, mutatis mutandis, Broniowski v. Poland [GC], no. 31443/96, § 124, ECHR 2004-V; Maltzan and Others v. Germany (dec.) [GC], nos.

    [5] For details, see the decision in the case Associazione Nazionale Reduci Dalla Prigionia dall'Internamento e dalla Guerra di Liberazione (A.N.R.P.) v. Germany, no. 45563/04, 4 September 2007.

  • EGMR, 03.09.2015 - 22588/08

    SORO v. ESTONIA

    But the Convention does not impose a specific obligation on the Contracting States to provide redress for wrongs or damage caused under the general cover of State authority prior to their ratification of the Convention (see Kopecký v. Slovakia [GC], no. 44912/98, § 38, ECHR 2004-IX; Wos v. Poland (dec.), no. 22860/02, § 80, ECHR 2005-IV; Wos v. Poland, no. 22860/02, § 72, ECHR 2006-VII; Associazione Nazionale Reduci Dalla Prigionia dall'Internamento e dalla Guerra di Liberazione and Others v. Germany (dec.), no. 45563/04, 4 September 2007; Epstein and Others v. Belgium (dec.), no. 9717/05, ECHR 2008-... (extracts); and Preussische Treuhand GmbH & Co. Kg a. A. v. Poland (dec.), no. 47550/06, § 64, ECHR 2008-... (extracts)).
  • EGMR, 15.10.2009 - 32921/03

    KOHLHOFER AND MINARIK v. THE CZECH REPUBLIC

    Article 6 of the Convention applies under its "civil head" if there was a "dispute" over a "right" which can be said, at least, on arguable grounds, to be recognised under domestic law irrespective of whether it is also protected under the Convention (see Associazone Nazionale Reduci Dalla Prigonia Dall'Internamento E Dalla Guerra Di Liberazione and others v. Germany, no. 45563/04; J.S. and A.S. v. Poland, no. 40732/98, 24 May 2005).
  • EGMR, 12.05.2009 - 14849/08

    E. u. a. ./. Deutschland

    45563/04, 4. September 2007; Epstein u.a. ./. Belgien (Entsch.), Individualbeschwerde Nr. 9717/05, ECHR 2008-... (Auszüge); und Preußische Treuhand GmbH & Co. Kg a. A. ./. Polen (Entsch.), Individualbeschwerde Nr. 47550/06, ECHR 2008-... (Auszüge)).
  • EGMR, 13.11.2018 - 71418/14

    DA CUNHA FOLHADELA MOREIRA v. PORTUGAL

    The Court also observes that a legitimate expectation must be based either on a legal provision or have a solid basis in the domestic case-law (see Associazione Nazionale Reduci and 275 Others v. Germany (dec.), no. 45563/04, 4 September 2007, and Von Maltzan and Others, cited above, § 112).
  • EGMR, 16.02.2010 - 29334/06

    KOSTKA v. POLAND

    This principle applies to the Federal Republic of Germany in respect of wrongs or damage caused by the German Reich (see Associazione Nazionale Reduci Dalla Prigionia dall'Internamento e dalla Guerra di Liberazione (A.N.R.P.) v. Germany (dec.), no. 45563/04, 4 September 2007; and Ernewein and Others v. Germany (dec.), no. 14849/08, 2 May 2009) but it is even more relevant for third States, like Poland, who bear no responsibility in connection with wrongs inflicted by a foreign occupying force or another State (see, mutatis mutandis, Broniowski v. Poland [GC], no. 31443/96, § 124, ECHR 2004-V; Maltzan and Others v. Germany (dec.) [GC], nos.
  • EGMR, 18.05.2010 - 41285/02

    SZAL v. POLAND

  • EGMR, 02.06.2009 - 481/04

    SMILJANIC v. SLOVENIA

  • EGMR, 06.01.2011 - 14336/05

    KAMBUROV v. BULGARIA (II)

  • EGMR, 18.05.2010 - 25168/05

    CZEKIEN v. POLAND

  • EGMR, 18.05.2010 - 20870/04

    BELKA v. POLAND

  • EGMR, 07.07.2009 - 39590/04

    SOKOLOWSKI v. POLAND

  • EGMR, 04.11.2014 - 39162/12

    RUIZ-FUNES MONTESINOS ET AUTRES c. ESPAGNE

  • EGMR, 18.01.2011 - 28256/06

    TES ET AUTRES c. REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE

  • EGMR, 19.10.2010 - 50166/08

    CORBLET DE FALLERANS c. FRANCE

  • EGMR, 24.11.2009 - 41367/02

    ZGOLA v. POLAND

  • EGMR, 24.11.2009 - 38180/02

    PACIEJ v. POLAND

  • EGMR, 25.11.2008 - 30745/03

    PIRKMAJER v. SLOVENIA

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