The European Court of Human Rights is expected to deliver on Tuesday its judgments on four complaints field by Lithuanian nationals over alleged violations of their right to property.
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In one of the cases, two men complain that they were prevented from using their house for more than two years during eviction proceedings.

Other cases concern complaints over a plot of land in Vilnius, over the restitution process and over an order to demolish a house.

The Strasbourg-based court rules hears complaints alleging that a state has breached provisions of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.

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