Jansons v Latvia: When is an 'eviction' actually an eviction?

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Abstract

When exactly does an eviction occur according to the Strasbourg Court? In Jansons v Latvia (application no. 1434/14), this question lurks behind the majority’s reasoning and the dissenting opinion of Judge O’Leary. This case is one of the “verticalized” cases brought before the Court, concerning, in essence, a private law dispute between the individual applicant and a private company in the context of a contested tenancy. In this post, we will analyse the case by focusing on the importance of framing a case in different ways as observed in the majority’s reasoning and the dissenting opinion, and on the meaning of eviction.
Original languageEnglish
Short descriptionCase commentary
Media of outputStrasbourg Observers
PublisherStrasbourg Observers
Publication statusPublished - 2022 Nov 10

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Law

Free keywords

  • Article 8
  • Eviction
  • Right to housing
  • Human rights

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