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Elsholz v. Germany

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Mutual enjoyment by parent and child of each other's company constituted a fundamental element of family life, even if the relationship between the parents had broken down, and domestic measures hindering such enjoyment amounted to an interference with the right protected by Article 8. Lack of psychological expert evidence and the circumstance that the Regional Court did not conduct a further hearing meant that the father of a child was not sufficiently involved in the proceedings so as to protect his interests and that the proceedings, taken as a whole, did not satisfy the requirements of a fair and public hearing.

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2016-12-09

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