Case of Dubska and Krejzova v. The Czech Republic of 11 December 2014

  • Author: European Court of Human Rights


Having regard to all the circumstances of the case and bearing in mind that there is no European consensus in the matter, the Court finds that in adopting and applying the then policy relating to home births, the authorities did not exceed the wide margin of appreciation afforded to them or upset the fair balance which is required to be struck between the competing interests. Accordingly, there has been no violation of Article 8 of the Convention.

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