Published: 1 Jun 2007 | By Eleonora Davidyan
The Broniowski case and its aftermath – an overview
The case of Broniowski v Poland relates to the violation of the applicant’s right to peaceful enjoyment of his possessions, due to the lack of adequate compensation for property abandoned in the territories beyond the Bug River in the aftermath of the Second World War. Given the systemic nature of the problem, the Court adjourned all similar applications pending the outcome of the leading case and the adoption of measures on a national level.
In this article, Eleonora Davidyan considers the circumstances of the case and the subsequent measures undertaken on a domestic level by the Polish authorities. To read the full article, click on the link below.