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Ferrazzini v. Italy

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Tax matters still formed part of the hard core of public-authority prerogatives, with the public nature of the relationship between the taxpayer and the tax authority remaining predominant. Tax disputes therefore fell outside the scope of “civil rights and obligations” covered by Article 6, Section 1, despite the pecuniary effects which they necessarily produced for the taxpayer.

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2001-07-01
2015-07-28

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