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CDCT Working Paper 37-2015/ELC 21

The multilingualism existing within European institutions and courts brings about a symmetrical difficulty in drafting provisions, judgements and documents that keep continuity and coherence with meaning in all the versions they are written.
This paper aims to analyse the complexity, the style and some problematic aspects of the judgements issued by, respectively, the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union, in light of the challenges presented by their translation …

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CDCT Working Paper 24-2014/ELC14

The concept of right of property as developed in the course of the twentieth century highlights the need to reconcile individual and collective interests. Accordingly, Article 1 of the First Protocol to the European Convention on Human Rights (Art. P1-1), which guarantees the right to the peaceful enjoyment of possessions, allows for “justified” restrictions imposed on property rights to uphold the use of property in accordance with the general interest ..

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