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Exhaustion of domestic remedies

Where the Government claims non-exhaustion of domestic remedies they must satisfy the Court that the remedy proposed was an effective one available in theory and in practice at the relevant time, that is to say, that it was accessible, was capable of providing redress in respect of the applicant's complaints and offered reasonable prospects of success: Greens and MT v The United Kingdom [2010] ECHR 1826. (Complainant failed to request the Sheriff to state a case for the consideration of the Registration Appeals Court.)


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