Home > Inquiries > European Court of Human Rights decides that Mrs Kehoe’s application is partly admissible

Following the rejection of her case alleging that the Child Support Act infringed her rights under Article 6 of the Convention, Mrs Kehoe made an application to the European Court of Human Rights. In an admissibility decision made on the 29th June 2007, the Court (Fourth Section) declared her substantial complaints under Articles 6 and 13 admissible. The Court will now proceed to rule on the merits.

Richard Drabble QC is acting for Mrs Kehoe.

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