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The Evolution of the European Convention on Human RightsFrom Its Inception to the Creation of a Permanent Court of Human Rights$

Ed Bates

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780199207992

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199207992.001.0001

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(p.526) APPENDIX 4 1976–1998: Development in the number of provisional files, applications registered, declared admissible, judgments, and Commission Reports9

(p.526) APPENDIX 4 1976–1998: Development in the number of provisional files, applications registered, declared admissible, judgments, and Commission Reports9

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The Evolution of the European Convention on Human Rights
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Oxford University Press

Year

Provisional files opened

Applications registered

Applications declared inadmissible after communication to Government

Applications declared admissible

Judgments delivered by the Court10

Article 31 Reports transmitted to the Com. of Ministers

1976

2041

427

46

11

5

5

1977

2181

373

166

32

0

8

1978

2586

335

130

16

5

11

1979

2380

378

34

25

5

7

1980

2225

390

46

19

4

15

1981

2672

404

49

21

5

21

1982

2735

590

40

42

8

16

1983

3150

499

44

29

8

21

1984

3007

586

78

54

15

19

1985

2831

596

63

70

10

50

1986

2869

706

94

42

15

22

1987

3675

860

61

31

26

29

1988

4108

1009

109

52

19

28

1989

4900

1445

48

95

24

63

1990

4942

1657

125

151

29

64

1991

5550

1648

180

217

72

108

1992

5875

1861

148

189

81

167

1993

9323

2037

201

218

60

179

1994

9968

2944

183

582

50

348

1995

10 201

3481

194

807

87

564

1996

12 143

4758

205

624

126

552

1997

12 469

4750

198

703

156

468

1998

18 16411

5981

198

762

161

741

Notes:

(9) Statistics extracted from 28 (1985) YB 31 and 41 (1998) YB 20. For an overview of figures post-1998, see Table 12.1 on p 478 above.

(10) Figures for 1976–1990 inclusive excluding Art 50 judgments.

(11) Figure represents the number of applications lodged (not provisional files).