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Sürek v Turkey, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 24122/94, IHRL 3139 (ECHR 1999), 8th July 1999, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

Sürek v Turkey, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 24762/94, IHRL 3141 (ECHR 1999), 8th July 1999, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

Ramanauskas v Lithuania, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 74420/01, IHRL 3267 (ECHR 2008), 5th February 2008, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

EB v France, Merits and Just Satisfaction, App No 43546/02, IHRL 3284 (ECHR 2008), 22nd January 2008, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

Scoppola v Italy, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 10249/03, IHRL 3675 (ECHR 2009), 17th September 2009, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

Creangă v Romania, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 29226/03, IHRL 3797 (ECHR 2012), 23rd February 2012, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

Mooren v Germany, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 11364/03, IHRL 3621 (ECHR 2009), 9th July 2009, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

Rantsev v Cyprus and Russian Federation, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 25965/04, IHRL 3632 (ECHR 2010), 7th January 2010

Kart v Turkey, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 8917/05, IHRL 3640 (ECHR 2009), 3rd December 2009, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

Paksas v Lithuania, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 34942/04, IHRL 210 (ECHR 2011), 6th January 2011, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

Tănase v Moldova, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 7/08, IHRL 213 (ECHR 2010), 27th April 2010, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

Kurski v Poland, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 26115/10, IHRL 3952 (ECHR 2016), 5th July 2016, European Court of Human Rights [ECHR]

Liberty and ors v United Kingdom, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 58243/00, IHRL 101 (ECHR 2008), 1st July 2008, European Court of Human Rights [ECtHR]

MSS v Belgium and Greece, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 30696/09, IHRL 153 (ECHR 2011), 21st January 2011, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

Giuliani and ors v Italy, Merits and just satisfaction, App no 23458/02, IHRL 154 (ECHR 2011), 24th March 2011, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

 

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The basis for damages awarded by the European Court of Human Rights (and thus in respect of claims under the Human Rights Act1998). In many cases where the Court finds a violation it has declined to award any damages on the basis that this finding is in itself sufficient just satisfaction. Subject to this discretion, damages can be obtained for pecuniary loss, nonpecuniary loss, and costs and expenses. Damages awarded by the European Court of Human Rights are generally smaller than those awarded in domestic courts and rarely exceed £1,000.

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