European Court satisfied the complaint of an entrepreneur from Ganja
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) announced on March 30 the next decision on Azerbaijan, recognizing the violation of property rights.
According to a press release from the court, an entrepreneur from Ganja Ilgar Maharramov complained about the demolition of his shop made of a metal structure on the city street. This happened in 2004 after the entrepreneur refused to comply with the requirement of the city authorities to vacate the shop for demolition due to the expansion of the road.
Maharramov demanded compensation, but the demand was ignored, the store was demolished. In his complaint, he pointed out that the store was demolished without his consent and the court's decision.
Local courts did not satisfy the complainant's complaint.
The ECtHR's judgment states that local courts violated the entrepreneur's right to property and a fair trial.
The applicant asked him to pay compensation in the amount of 90 322 Euros, property damage - 90 412 Euros, moral damage – 10.000 Euros, and for legal expenses - 2534 Euros.
Recognizing the violation of property rights, the ECHR was not ready to take a decision on compensation. It is expected that an agreement will be reached on the amount of compensation between the applicant and the government. Three months are given for this.—06D--