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Case of Vilvarajah and Others v. United Kingdom (45/1990/236/302-306)

European Court of Human Rights.

Case of Vilvarajah and Others v. United Kingdom (45/1990/236/302-306)

judgment.

by European Court of Human Rights.

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Published by Council of Europe in Strasbourg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vilvarajah, Nadarajah.

  • ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21093238M


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ECtHR - Vilvarajah and others v. The United Kingdom, Application Nos. /87, /87, /87, /87, /87, 30 October Printer-friendly version PDF version of Summary. Vilvarajah and Others v The United Kingdom: ECHR 30 Oct References: /87 It is not in dispute that the English courts are able in asylum cases to review the Secretary of State’s refusal to grant asylum with reference to the same principles of judicial review as considered in the Soering case and to quash a decision in similar.

Get this from a library. Affaire Vilvarajah et autres c. Royaume-Uni: arrêt du 30 octobre = Case of Vilvarajah and others v. the United Kingdom: judgment of 30 October [Nadarajah Vilvarajah; European Court of Human Rights.]. CASE OF VILVARAJAH AND OTHERS v.

THE UNITED KINGDOM (Application no. / 87; /87; /87; /87; /87) 30 October AS TO THE LAW. ALLEGED BREACH OF ARTICLE 3 (art. 3) The applicants alleged that their removal to Sri Lanka in February amounted to inhuman and degrading treatment in breach of Article 3 (art. This case is cited by: Appeal from – Vilvarajah and Others v The United Kingdom ECHR (/87, /87, () 14 EHRRBailii, [] E /87, Bailii) Five Tamils were refused asylum in the UK and returned to Sri Lanka but then continued to suffer ill-treatment.

ΠCruz Varas and Others v. Sweden 20 March Appl. /89 ΠVilvarajah and Others v. UK 30 October Appl. Nos. /87, /87, /87, /87, /87 ΠChahal v. United Kingdom 15 November Appl. /93 ΠAhmed v.

Austria 17 December Appl. /94 ΠH.L.R v. SILVER AND OTHERS v. THE UNITED KINGDOM JUGDMENT 4 (art. ), on account of the refusal of two petitions for permission to seek legal advice. FACTS PARTICULAR TO THE INDIVIDUAL APPLICANTS A. Silver The first applicant,Mr.

Reuben Silver, was bornin and was a United Kingdom citizen. When he lodged his application with the. This case established that a deportation could lead to a breach of Art. 3 obligations even when the source of risk was not directly or indirectly inflicted by the public authorities of the receiving State or when, taken alone, would not otherwise give rise to a breach.

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