Article 111 does not require the state to take positive action in order to furnish private associations with the means with which to pursue their aims, merely requiring that associations are able to pursue their aims by all lawful means2. This means that the state is under an obligation to grant legal personality to associations if they cannot operate effectively without it3.
Although the right to sue is not inherent in the notion of freedom of association
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