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Burden v Burden : the Grand Chamber of the ECtHR adopts a restrictive approach on the question of discrimination

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Burden v Burden : the Grand Chamber of the ECtHR adopts a restrictive approach on the question of discrimination
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Burden v Burden : the Grand Chamber of the ECtHR adopts a restrictive approach on the question of discrimination
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Summary
This case note discusses the European Court of Human Rights case Burden v Burden. The case involved a challenge that provisions of the UK inheritance tax legislation were discriminatory, contrary to art. 14 of the Convention taken together with the right to enjoyment of possessions in art. 1 of the First Protocol
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In: British tax review. - London. - (2008),
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Baker, P
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  • European Union
  • Europe
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English
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  • ECHR case law
  • human rights
  • discrimination
  • inheritance tax
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Burden v Burden : the Grand Chamber of the ECtHR adopts a restrictive approach on the question of discrimination
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Burden v Burden : the Grand Chamber of the ECtHR adopts a restrictive approach on the question of discrimination
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