Lustig-Prean and Beckett v. The United Kingdom (Article 41) Smit and Grady v. the United Kingdom (Article 41)

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In the area of non-pecuniary damages, the “especially grave” interferences with the private lives of the applicants were profoundly destabilising events in their lives which had and continued to have a significant emotional and psychological impact on each of them, justifying a significant award of non-pecuniary damages. In the area of pecuniary damages, a judgment in which the Court finds a violation of the Convention imposes on the respondent State a legal obligation to make reparation for its consequences in such a way as to restore as far as possible the situation existing before the breach. The question to be decided was the level of just satisfaction, in respect of both past and future pecuniary loss, which it was necessary to award to each applicant.

Lustig-Prean and Beckett v. The United Kingdom (Article 41) Smit and Grady v. the United Kingdom (Article 41)

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