The concept of 'the home'1 may extend in certain circumstances to professional business premises2 and company premises3. The 'home' need not in every case be the place where a person is actually living4, and nor is ownership decisive5: premises need not even be lawfully occupied in order to attract the protection of Article 86. Second homes can be covered, having regard to the nature of the use and strength of the person's links to the property
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