Zwierzynski v. Poland

in Human Rights Case Digest
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Any interference with the protection of property had to strike a fair balance between the demands of the general interest of the community and the requirements of the protection of the individual's fundamental rights. The requisite balance would not be struck where the person concerned bore an individual and excessive burden. Where an issue in the general interest was at stake it was incumbent on the public authorities to act in an appropriate manner and with utmost consistency. In addition, the State, as the guardian of public order, had a moral obligation to lead by example and it had a duty to ensure that its organs charged with the protection of public order enforced observance of that obligation.

Zwierzynski v. Poland

in Human Rights Case Digest

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