The principle of effectiveness is key to the interpretation of the European Convention on Human Rights1. It demands that the Convention rights2 be interpreted so as to be practical and effective, and not theoretical and illusory3. The Convention is thus concerned with the reality of an individual's situation and not its formal classification, so courts may be required to look behind appearances and examine the realities of the procedure in question
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