Religious communities must have the right of access to courts1 on issues relating to their civil rights and obligations2, or otherwise to ensure judicial protection of the community, its members or its assets3, including judicial review of decisions to refuse legal personality4. However the European Court of Human Rights has pursued an exclusionary approach to Article 9 claims and has refused to allow applicants to raise issues under Article 9 when they may be considered as falling under another Convention right
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