The European Court of Human Rights has found that there has been discrimination on the grounds of property1 in connection with legislation relating to the restriction of hunting rights over land2, but not in relation to legislation making provision for leasehold enfranchisement3.
The Supreme Court has found that birth to unmarried parents is a 'status' for the purposes of Article 14, and that differential access to citizenship rights on the basis of such status was discriminatory
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