Where the state authorities take administrative decisions which determine a person's civil rights and obligations but which do not themselves accord with the fair-trial guarantee1, a violation of Article 6 may be avoided where the decision-maker is subject to subsequent control by a judicial body that has full jurisdiction and does provide such guarantees2. However, this requirement does not necessarily entail a full merits review with the court substituting its views for the decision of the administrative body3: in deciding whether the reviewing body has exercised a full jurisdiction it is necessary to consider the subject-matter of the original
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