Although Article 1 of Protocol 11 primarily imposes a negative obligation to refrain from interfering with the peaceful enjoyment of possessions, it can also give rise to positive obligations on the state to take measures necessary to protect the right of property2. Where the interference with property arises from a private individual, the state must ensure that its domestic legal system provides sufficient protection for property rights with adequate remedies whereby the victim of an interference can seek to vindicate his rights, including, where appropriate, by claiming damages in respect of any loss sustained
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