The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) was formed in 1959.
The purpose of the court is to protect universally recognized human rights from actions (inaction) of state authorities.
International law is formed from international agreements, treaties and international legal customs, it can be both public and private. The European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms is a universally recognized international document. Its observance is monitored by the system of the European Court of Human Rights.
Having exhausted all measures of domestic protection in the judicial system of the Republic of Moldova, you can apply to the European Court of Human Rights. An official complaint to the European Court can be filed within 6 months from the date of the appeal (cassation) appeal, and in cases of human rights violations in the pre-trial detention center, immediately.
Specialists of the Association of Lawyers Bureau “Legal Service” provide legal assistance to citizens and organizations on a professional basis.
Chairman of the Association of Lawyers Bureau – Doctor of Law (Moldova), lawyer, member of the Union of Lawyers of Moldova – Igor Spinu.
Lawyers and specialists of the Association of Lawyers Bureau “Legal Service” will help: analyze the admissibility and admissibility of the complaint, prepare a legal position and evidence, draw up requirements and a form in strict accordance with the Rules of the European Court of Human Rights, draw up a response to the objections of the Government of the Republic of Moldova, carry out representation ( in cases of face-to-face consideration) in the Grand Chamber of the ECHR.
Where can I find the application form for applying to the European Court of Human Rights?
The ECHR form can only be opened in Adobe Reader 9 and above! The application form must be completed in PDF format only!