FJM v United Kingdom: the Taming of Article 8?
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Graham, L., & Boddy, J. (2019). FJM v United Kingdom: the Taming of Article 8?. Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 2019 (2), 166-174. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.41350
Both domestic and Strasbourg jurisprudence make it clear that, where a social landlord seeks their tenant’s eviction, the right to respect for the home in ECHR art.8 accords the resident occupier a right to have the proportionality of that eviction assessed by a court. The key question for the Strasbourg Court in FJM was whether this procedural dimension to art.8 also applies where a private party seeks an eviction...
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