- Great Britain. Human Rights Act 1998.
- Human rights -- Great Britain.
- 0199574421 (pbk.) :
- 9780199574421 (pbk.)
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- Previous ed.: 2007.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- 1. Introduction; Introduction; Human Rights in the United Kingdom before the Human Rights Act; The Incorporation of the Convention; The Human Rights Act as a Constitutional Instrument; Human Rights in the United Kingdom after the Human Rights Act; The Institutional Framework - Creating a Culture of Respect for Human Rights; The Future of Human Rights Protection in the United Kingdom; 2. The Framework of the European Convention on Human Rights; Introduction; Interpreting the Convention; The Scope of Convention Rights; Restricting Convention Rights; The Margin of Appreciation; 3. The Framework of the Human Rights Act; Introduction; Summary of the Effects of the Human Rights Act; Overview of the Key Provisions of the Human Rights Act; The Human Rights Act Mechanism in Detail; Public Authorities and the Human Rights Act: Meaning of 'Public Authority' and 'Functions of a Public Nature'; Private Parties and the Human Rights Act; Exceptions and Special Cases; 4. Enforcing the Human Rights Act; Introduction; The Appropriate Forum for an Argument under the Human Rights Act; Standing: Who May Bring Proceedings under the Human Rights Act?; Limitation Periods: Are There Time Limits for Bringing a Claim under the Human Rights Act?; Retrospectivity; Interventions in Human Rights Act Cases; Other Means of Enforcement by the Equality and Human Rights Commission; Remedies; Key Convention Concepts in the Domestic Courts; Enforcement of the Human Rights Act in Summary; 5. The Interaction Between Convention Principles and European Community Law; Introduction; The Developing Doctrine of Fundamental Rights in EC Law; The European Charter of Fundamental Rights; The Interaction of EC Law with the Application of Convention Principles in UK Courts; 6. The Convention Rights: Absolute Rights; Introduction; Article 1: Jurisdiction; Article 2: Right to Life; Article 3: Prohibition of Torture; Article 4: Prohibition of Slavery and Forced Labour; 7. The Convention Rights: Limited and Qualified Rights; Introduction; Article 5: Right to Liberty and Security; Article 6: Right to a Fair Trial; Article 7: No Punishment Without Lawful Authority; Article 8: Right to Respect for Private and Family Life; Article 9: Freedom of Thought, Conscience, and Religion; Article 10: Freedom of Expression; Article 11: Freedom of Assembly and Association; Article 12: Right to Marry; Article 13: Right to an Effective Remedy; Article 14: Prohibition on Discrimination; Article 15: Exceptions in Time of War; Article 16: Restrictions on Political Activity of Aliens; Article 17: Prohibition of Abuse of Rights; Article 18: Limitation on Use of Restrictions on Rights; 8. The Convention Protocols; Introduction; Protocol 1, Article 1: Protection of Property; Protocol 1, Article 2: Right to Education; Protocol 1, Article 3: Right to Free Elections; Protocol 4; Protocol 6; Protocol 7; Protocol 12; Protocol 13; 9. Beyond the Domestic Courts: Taking a Case to Strasbourg; Introduction; The Structure and Jurisdiction of the Court; Making a Complaint; Admissibility; The Merits Stage; Funding for Cases in Strasbourg; Implementation of Judgments; 10. Researching Human Rights Jurisprudence; Introduction; Convention Jurisprudence; Finding Convention Case Law; Finding Human Rights Act Materials; APPENDIX 1: HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998; APPENDIX 2: EUROPEAN CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS
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