Règle correspondante
Practice Relating to Rule 150. Reparation
Section A. General
In Case No. 894/2001 in 2001, Greece’s Court of Appeal of Piraeus stated:
The international responsibility of the belligerent party was considered in the past as a responsibility towards the states and not the individuals, since the latter were only exceptionally recognized as subjects of international law … However the individuals are already recognized as direct subjects of international law in many sectors (e.g. human rights) and this is the contemporary tendency in international relations … [T]herefore it should be accepted that the violation of the Regulation of Laws and Customs of War on Land, annexed to the fourth Hague Convention (19th October 1907) … creates an individual right for reparation of the victims of the violation and therefore the plaintiffs can raise against the German state an individual claim before the Greek courts. 
Greece, Court of Appeal of Piraeus, Judgment No 894/2001.