322. Disputes involving the state acting in its public capacity that are of a civil character.

Disputes between a private person and the state acting in its public or administrative capacity have been held to fall within the civil limb of Article 61 on the basis that the proceedings were determinative of:

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    (1)     the right to liberty2;

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    (2)     rights in real3 or personal property4;

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    (3)     the right to pursue a profession5;

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    (4)     the right to conduct business activities6;

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    (5)     the right to claim to a work permit as a settled migrant7;