Yearbook of European Law - Vol. 10

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Table of Cases Before the European Court and Commission of Human Rights
(Numerical)
A12/71 De Wilde, Ooms and Versijp v. Belgium 538
A13/71 Ringiesen v. Austria 560
A6231/73 Hess (Ilse) v. United Kingdom 2 D & R 72; Decision of May 28, 1975334
A22/76 Engel v. Netherlands 538, 568
A7994/77 Kotalla v. Netherlands 14 D & R 238 551
A8030/77 Confederation Francaise Democratique du Travail v. European Communities [ 1979] 2 CMLR 229 335
A27/78 Konig v. Germany 569
A8364/78 Lindsay and Others v. United Kingdom 19 D & R 247; Decision of 8 Mar 1979332
A30/79 Sunday Times v. United Kingdom 568, 571, 581
A33/79 Winterwerp v. Netherlands 538
A34/79 Scheisser v. Switzerland 590-3
A8611/79 Expatriate United Kingdom Citizen, Re [ 1979] 3 CMLR 172 332
A8612/79 Alliance des Belges de la Communaute v. Belgium 15 D & R 259; Decision of 10 May 1979332
A35/80 De Weer v. Belgium 560
A37/80 Artico v. Italy 556
A9118/80 AGOSI v. United Kingdom [ 1983] 5 EHRR 584 (admissibility); [ 1985] 7 EHRR 314 (opinion) 325
A46/81 X v United Kingdom 538, 539, 546
A50/82 Van Droogenbroeck v. Belgium 551, 554
A53/82 Piersack 591
A9781/82 E and G R v. Austria 37 D & R 42 583
A66/83 Zimmermann and Steiner v. Switzerland 563
A10358/83 C v United Kingdom 37 D & R 142 583
A10461/83 Chappell v. United Kingdom 338
A10518/83 Schuurs 538
A10535/83 Van Waeghening 538
A10622/83 J v. United Kingdom 588
A73/84 Osturk v. Germany 568
A77/84 Skoogstrom v. Netherlands 591
A78/84 Van der Sluijs v. Netherlands 591
A80/84 Cambell and Fell v. United Kingdom 538, 568
A10890/84 Groppera Radio AG et al. v. Suisse 332

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