An excerpt from the judgment made by the European Court of Human Rights in the Agrokompleks v. Ukraine case

The Court considered that the reduction of the LyNOS’s arrears towards the applicant company deprived the applicant company of an opportunity to receive the money it had legitimately expected to receive, placed an excessive burden on the applicant company and was therefore incompatible with Article 1 of Protocol No. 1 Accordingly the Court found that there had been a violation of the right to peaceful enjoyment of possessions
Author: Bogdana Kviatkovska's comment
Source: The Legal Weekly, No. 44-46 of 15 November 2011

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