Strasbourg court to issue judgments in 4 property rights cases against Lithuania
The European Court of Human Rights is expected to deliver on Tuesday its judgments on four complaints field by Lithuanian nationals over alleged violations of their right to property.
In one of the cases, two men complain that they were prevented from using their house for more than two years during eviction proceedings.
Other cases concern complaints over a plot of land in Vilnius, over the restitution process and over an order to demolish a house.
The Strasbourg-based court rules hears complaints alleging that a state has breached provisions of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.