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  • EGMR, 10.02.2015 - 77818/12

    PENCHEVI v. BULGARIA

    In those cases, referring to the requirements of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, the Court has repeatedly found that the mutual enjoyment by parent and child of each other's company constitutes a fundamental element of family life under Article 8 even when the relationship between the parents has broken down (see, on the one hand, Karrer v. Romania, no. 16965/10, § 37, 21 February 2012 and Bianchi v. Switzerland, no. 7548/04, § 78, 22 June 2006, as regards applications lodged by a parent whose child had been abducted by the other parent; see, on the other hand, Neulinger and Shuruk v. Switzerland [GC], no. 41615/07, 6 July 2010, as well as Sneersone and Kampanella v. Italy, no. 14737/09, 12 July 2011 and B. v. Belgium, no. 4320/11, 10 July 2012, as regards applications lodged by the abducting parent).
  • EGMR, 01.03.2016 - 30813/14

    K.J. v. POLAND

    Consequently, even though the six-week time-limit is non-obligatory under the Hague Convention (see paragraph 33 above), the Court considers that exceeding it by forty-five weeks, which is more than eightfold, in the absence of any circumstances capable of exempting the domestic courts from the duty to strictly observe it, does not meet the urgency of the situation and is not in compliance with the positive obligation to act expeditiously in proceedings for the return of children (see Carlson v. Switzerland, no. 49492/06, § 76, 6 November 2008; Karrer v. Romania, no. 16965/10, § 54, 21 February 2012; R.S. v. Poland, no. 63777/09, § 70, 21 July 2015; Blaga v. Romania, no. 54443/10, § 83, 1 July 2014; and Monory, cited above, § 82; see also, a contrario, Lipkowsky (dec.), cited above).
  • EGMR, 01.07.2014 - 54443/10

    BLAGA v. ROMANIA

    The Court finds that, in spite of the Government's submission to the contrary, such a measure constituted an interference with the applicant's right to respect for family life (see Iosub Caras, cited above, § 30, and Karrer v. Romania, no. 16965/10, § 42, 21 February 2012).
  • EGMR, 25.06.2013 - 5968/09

    ANGHEL v. ITALY

    Furthermore, the States" obligations under Article 8 of the Convention are to be interpreted in harmony with the general principles of international law, and, in the area of international child abduction, particular account is to be given to the provisions of the Hague Convention (see Golder v. the United Kingdom, 21 February 1975, § 29, Series A no. 18, and Karrer v. Romania, no. 16965/10, § 41, 21 February 2012).
  • EGMR, 11.12.2014 - 22909/10

    HROMADKA AND HROMADKOVA v. RUSSIA

    As to the second applicant, the Court considers that the finding of a violation provides sufficient just satisfaction for any non-pecuniary damage she may have suffered as a result of the violation of her Article 8 rights (see Karrer v. Romania, no. 16965/10, § 62, 21 February 2012, and Sylvester, cited above, § 84).
  • EGMR, 12.01.2016 - 40355/11

    BOACA AND OTHERS v. ROMANIA

    A complaint is characterised by the facts alleged in it and not merely by the legal grounds or arguments relied on (see Guerra and Others v. Italy, 19 February 1998, § 44, Reports of Judgments and Decisions 1998-I; Schwizgebel v. Switzerland, no. 25762/07, § 69, ECHR 2010 (extracts); or Karrer v. Romania, no. 16965/10, § 25, 21 February 2012).
  • EGMR, 10.07.2012 - 4320/11

    B. c. BELGIQUE

    A l'inverse, elle a jugé que l'intérêt supérieur de l'enfant n'avait pas été suffisamment pris en compte par les juridictions qui n'avaient pas analysé les dangers potentiels, sur le plan psychologique, d'un retour sur l'enfant pourtant mentionnés dans des expertises produites devant elles (ibidem, § 95, voir également Karrer c. Roumanie, no 16965/10, §§ 46 et 47, 21 février 2012).
  • EGMR, 21.07.2015 - 2361/13

    G.S. v. GEORGIA

    To the Court's regret, neither of the reports proposed an analysis of the implications of L."s possible return to Ukraine; and there was no exploration of the possible risks in this regard (see Karrer v. Romania, no. 16965/10, § 46, 21 February 2012, and Blaga v. Romania, no. 54443/10, § 82, 1 July 2014).
  • EGMR, 28.04.2015 - 1714/10

    FERRARI v. ROMANIA

    A complaint is characterised by the facts alleged in it and not merely by the legal grounds or arguments relied on (see Guerra and Others v. Italy, 19 February 1998, § 44, Reports of Judgments and Decisions 1998-I; Schwizgebel v. Switzerland, no. 25762/07, § 69, ECHR 2010 (extracts); or Karrer v. Romania, no. 16965/10, § 25, 21 February 2012).
  • EGMR, 22.05.2018 - 63551/13

    M.R. AND D.R. v. UKRAINE

    In previous cases similar periods have given rise to violations of the Convention (see, for example, Monory v. Romania and Hungary, no. 71099/01, § 82, 5 April 2005, Karrer v. Romania, no. 16965/10, § 54, 21 February 2012 and Ferrari, cited above, § 54).
  • EGMR, 12.06.2018 - 42825/17

    ROCHE v. MALTA

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