Het recht van de Europese Unie mag zich in een toenemende belangstelling verheugen en is, gelet op het belang voor zowel de wetenschap als de praktijk, een verplicht onderdeel van de meeste juridische opleidingen.
The Comparative African Legal Studies series aims to profile research in the fields of children, youth, families, gender, disability, education and socio-economic rights.
The first commitment period under the 1997 Kyoto Protocol to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change has expired.
This book contains the updated papers of the 4th Annual MAA Peter Schlechtriem CISG Conference, which was held on 18 March 2012 in Hong Kong.
Reconsidering the definition/delimitation question and the passage of spacecraft through foreign airspace
This book deals with the `definition/delimitation question with special regard to the passage of spacecraft through foreign airspace for reaching the orbit and returning to Earth.
European human rights law is a body of law which has emerged from the provisions of the European Convention on Human Rights.
The selection includes basic documents and cases of International Institutional Law and is prepared primarily as a tool to assist students and others interested in the field in their study and work.
For many years Italy has been the worst in the class of European countries failing to regularly and promptly apply European environmental law.
This book address the complex role of and mutual relation between the concepts of constitutional democracy, constitutional identity, and political and human rights culture.
This volume is a follow-up to the international conference `Courts, Interpretation, the Rule of Law, which was organized on October 19, 2012, at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade.
Current Issues in the CISG and Arbitration is a blind peer reviewed collection of papers presented at two conferences in 2012 on the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods (`CISG).
This book is an updated edition of Benoit Le Bars book Pratique du droit des sociétés en droit de lOHADA.
This publication contains articles on a specific topic , Interaction European Law and International Law, Development of International Law with regard to Minority Rights, Hungarian State Practice, Treaties and other international instruments to which Hungary
This book examines how to push forward access to justice in environmental matters in the EU. The authors analyze four options from a Law and Economics and Law and Society perspective.
This book offers a comprehensive comparative overview of the effects of pre-contractual statements and agreements and post-contractual informal modifications on written contracts.
Climate change poses very serious risks to mankind. Adaptation and damages are emphasized more and more. Although adaptation is important, priority should be given to prevention (mitigation).
This book covers the presentations held at the launching event of the Institute for Corporate Law, Governance and Innovation Policies (ICGI) at Maastricht University.
The central focus of this book is the interaction between law and tourism with a view to attaining sustainable tourism. This book aims to achieve that goal by approaching law and tourism from various angles.
This book provides an introduction to EU banking supervision regulations.
Arbitration is still a time- and cost-efficient professional way of resolving cross-border disputes. However its advantages seem to vanish if one party is obstructive and tries to delay or even sabotage the proceedings.
A few years ago, almost daily television reports on the `waste crisis in the Campania, the region of Naples, showed vividly that waste management can become a rather nightmarish undertaking.
This monograph is devoted to the subject of justice systems in the principal legal families of the world. Principal attention is given to how the courts are organized, court procedure, the judiciary, procedural guarantees, and rights of the individual.
An independent judiciary is crucial for upholding the rule of law and for the protection of human rights in a democratic society.
While global constitutional ideas migrate across countries continents agencies and institutions internationally accepted principles of constitutionalism and human rights influence national governments that have been able to keep their sovereignty.
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