Azerbaijan, Baku, Jan. 13 / Trend K. Zarbaliyeva /
The European Court of Human Rights made a decision on complaints of ten citizens of Azerbaijan in connection with the violation of their rights to property on January 13.
The court confirmed violating of plaintiffs' rights to property, which is provided by Article 1 of Protocol 1 of the European Convention on Human Rights, and the right to a fair trial, which is provided by Article 6 of the Convention, a statement published on the website of the European Court said.
The court ordered to pay moral damage to nine declarants due to the failure of fulfilling decisions of local courts within three months worth 2,500 euro and 7,000 euros to one of the plaintiffs.
As a compensation for material damage, the court ordered nine declarants to pay 1,200 euro and one of the plaintiffs 3,000 euros.
The court ordered to pay 2,000 euros for legal costs and expenses.
Plaintiffs can not use their property for a long time in connection with the fact that internally displaced families settled at their apartments.
Despite the fact that people from these apartments, the court decisions have not been fulfilled yet.