Right to just process in the judicature of the european court of human rights

Authors

  • Julia ONDROVА Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Slovak Republic

Keywords:

The European Court for Human Rights, The European Treaty on Protection of Human Rights and Basic Freedoms, Just Court Trial, Right to Access to Court, Right to Just Court Procedure

Abstract

The contribution with the heading Interpretation and Application of the Chosen Aspects of the Right to Just Process in the Judicature of the European Court of Human Rights characterizes theoretical aspects of the right to just court procedure affirmed by Article 6 paragraph 1 of the European Convention on the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms as one of the most basic rights to whom the contracting parts of the Convention grant to everybody who is in their jurisdiction. By their content they amend to the contribution of the decision of the European Court for human rights concerning the chosen aspects of the just court procedure which within its stable judicature is understood as the right to be able to get to a court and as the right to just court procedure as well.

Author Biography

Julia ONDROVА, Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Slovak Republic

JUDr. PhD., P.A., Department of the Constitutional Law, Law Faculty 

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Published

2017-10-27

How to Cite

ONDROVА J. (2017). Right to just process in the judicature of the european court of human rights. Foreign·trade:·economics,·finance,·law, 94(5), 85–95. etrieved from https://journals.knute.edu.ua/foreign-trade/article/view/497