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R (on the application of CLAIRE WAXMAN) v CROWN PROSECUTION SERVICE (2012)

PUBLISHED February 2, 2012
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[2012] EWHC 133 (Admin)

The commencement and service of civil proceedings were capable of amounting to harassment since they were a form of conduct that might well cause anxiety, alarm and distress. The prevention of harassment was a legitimate social objective that was capable of justifying a restriction of a litigant's rights under the European Convention on Human Rights 1950 art.6.

QBD (Admin) (Moore-Bick LJ)

02/02/2012

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