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Yagtzilar and Others v. Greece

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The requirements of Article 6, Section 1 were not necessarily satisfied where litigants had been able to make use of domestic remedies only to be told that their actions were statute-barred. It was necessary in addition for the degree of access afforded by statute law to be sufficient to guarantee the right of the litigants concerned to a hearing by a tribunal, regard being had to the principle of the rule of law in a democratic society. The Greek courts had decided that the applicants' claim for compensation was out of time at an advanced stage of the proceedings, which the applicants had pursued diligently and in good faith.


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