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Ghidotti v. Italy

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For approximately five years and one month, the applicant had been left in a state of uncertainty as to when she would be able to repossess her apartment. This imposed an excessive burden on the applicant and accordingly the balance that must be struck between the protection of the right of property and the requirements of the general interest had been upset to the applicant's detriment.

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2002-01-01
2015-05-27

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