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   EGMR, 18.03.2014 - 72254/11   

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https://dejure.org/2014,22390
EGMR, 18.03.2014 - 72254/11 (https://dejure.org/2014,22390)
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  • EGMR, 06.07.2017 - 80960/12

    ZDJELAR AND OTHERS v. CROATIA

    As regards the complaint under Article 6 § 1 of the Convention, the Court notes that the same issue was resolved in the Bogdanovic case, where the same complaint was held to be manifestly ill-founded (see Bogdanovic v. Croatia (dec.), no. 72254/11, 18 March 2014, and Oric v. Croatia (dec.), no. 50203/12, 13 May 2014).
  • EGMR, 18.06.2015 - 71593/11

    B. AND OTHERS v. CROATIA

    As regards the complaint under Article 6 § 1 of the Convention, the Court notes that the same issue was resolved in the Bogdanovic case where the same complaint was found to be manifestly ill-founded (see Bogdanovic. Croatia (dec.), no. 72254/11, 18 March 2014; and Oric v. Croatia (dec.), no. 50203/12, 13 May 2014).
  • EGMR, 13.04.2017 - 10653/10

    HUSEYNOVA v. AZERBAIJAN

    In that connection, the Court observes that in a number of cases concerning ongoing investigations into the death of applicants" relatives it has examined the period of time from which the applicant could or should start doubting the effectiveness of a remedy and its bearing on the six-month time-limit provided for in Article 35 § 1 of the Convention (see Narin v. Turkey, no. 18907/02, §§ 40-51, with further references, 15 December 2009; Deari and Others v. the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (dec.), no. 54415/09, §§ 41-50, 6 March 2012; and Bogdanovic v. Croatia (dec.), no. 72254/11, §§ 31-45, 18 March 2014).
  • EGMR, 29.01.2015 - 5096/12

    NIKOLIC v. CROATIA

    In the light of all the material in its possession, and in so far as the matters complained of are within its competence, the Court considers that this part of the application does not disclose any appearance of a violation of the Convention (see Bogdanovic v. Croatia (dec.), no. 72254/11, §§ 47-56, 18 March 2014).
  • EGMR, 25.01.2018 - 38766/15

    MILIC AND OTHERS v. CROATIA

    As the Court has held on numerous occasions, since such proceedings are not relevant for the State's procedural obligation under Article 2 of the Convention, they cannot affect the running of the six-month period in the present case (compare Narin v. Turkey, no. 18907/02, § 48, 15 December 2009; Bogdanovic v. Croatia (dec.), no. 72254/11, § 38, 18 March 2014; Oric v. Croatia (dec.), no. 50203/12, § 33, 13 May 2014; Ivancic and Dzelalija v. Croatia (dec.), no. 62916/13, § 33, 15 March 2016; and Treskavica v. Croatia, no. 32036/13, § 45, 12 January 2016).
  • EGMR, 02.04.2015 - 21135/09

    IREZIYEVY v. RUSSIA

    In cases concerning disappearances, unlike in cases concerning ongoing investigations into the deaths of applicants" relatives (see, for example, Elsanova v. Russia (dec.), no. 57952/00, 15 November 2005, Narin v. Turkey, no. 18907/02, § 50, 15 December 2009, and Bogdanovic v. Croatia (dec.), no. 72254/11, 18 March 2014, with further references), the Court has held that taking into account the uncertainty and confusion typical of such situations, the nature of the ensuing investigations implies that the relatives of a disappeared person may be justified in waiting lengthy periods of time for the national authorities to conclude their proceedings, even if those proceedings are sporadic and plagued by problems.
  • EGMR, 30.04.2015 - 5713/11

    ISLAMOVA c. RUSSIE

    In cases concerning disappearances, unlike in cases concerning ongoing investigations into the deaths of applicants" relatives (see, for example, Elsanova v. Russia (dec.), no. 57952/00, 15 November 2005, Narin v. Turkey, no. 18907/02, § 50, 15 December 2009, and Bogdanovic v. Croatia (dec.), no. 72254/11, 18 March 2014 with further references), the Court has held that taking into account the uncertainty and confusion typical of such situations, the nature of the ensuing investigations implies that the relatives of a disappeared person may be justified in waiting lengthy periods of time for the national authorities to conclude their proceedings, even if those proceedings are sporadic and plagued by problems.
  • EGMR, 26.03.2015 - 11237/10

    Russland muss Tschetschenen Schmerzensgeld zahlen

    In cases concerning disappearances, unlike in cases concerning ongoing investigations into the deaths of applicants" relatives (see, for example, Elsanova v. Russia (dec.), no. 57952/00, 15 November 2005; Narin v. Turkey, no. 18907/02, § 50, 15 December 2009, and Bogdanovic v. Croatia (dec.), no. 72254/11, 18 March 2014, with further references), the Court has held that taking into account the uncertainty and confusion typical of such situations, the nature of the ensuing investigations implies that the relatives of a disappeared person may be justified in waiting lengthy periods of time for the national authorities to conclude their proceedings, even if those proceedings are sporadic and plagued by problems.
  • EGMR, 13.05.2014 - 50203/12

    ORIC v. CROATIA

    It follows that it is inadmissible under Article 35 § 3(a) as manifestly ill-founded and must be rejected pursuant to Article 35 § 4 of the Convention (see Bogdanovic v. Croatia (dec.), no. 72254/11, 18 March 2014).
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