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Äärelä and Näkkäläjärvi v Finland, Merits, Communication No 779/1997, UN Doc CCPR/C/73/D/779/1997, IHRL 2823 (UNHRC 2001), 24th October 2001, United Nations [UN]; Human Rights Committee [CCPR]

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Whether an administrative decision which interfered with the rights of an indigenous minority group to enjoyment of their culture and use of their traditional lands for the purposes of reindeer husbandry violated Article 27 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (‘ICCPR’).

Whether an order for costs in civil proceedings could violate the rights of an individual to a fair hearing under Article 14 of the ICCPR.

Whether the denial of a party to civil proceedings of a right to respond to submissions by the other party violated the right to a fair hearing under Article 14 of the ICCPR.

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