Aplicarea unei legislații cu efect retroactiv este contrară articolului 6 CEDO cu excepția situației în care aplicarea retroactivă este justificată de …

29 octombrie 2018
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Positive state action in the form of legislation with retroactive application that is designed to defeat a litigant’s claim in the courts is also in breach of the right of access, unless it can be justified as a proportionate limitation on ‘compelling’ public interest grounds. (nota de subsol 351: National and Provincial Building Society et al v UK 1997-VII; 25 EHRR 127 para 112 (retroactive legislation to fill a tax loophole justified in public interest). Procedural changes to do not infringe the right of access as there is a ‘generally recognized principle’ that they apply to pending cases: Brualla Gomes de la Torre v Spain 1997-VIII; 33 EHRR 1341.)

D.J. Harris, M. O’Boyle, E.P. Bates, C.M. Buckley
(Law of the European Convention on Human Rights, Oxford University Press, august 2018, la p. 405)

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