7 August 2002 BUCHAREST, 7 August (Ziarul Financiar)–The Romanian authorities will dispute four of the eleven rulings the Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) delivered this year on nationalized real-estate cases. In all the cases, the ECHR found in favor of the plaintiffs [who had been demanding compensation or the return of property seized […]

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