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Book
xxiii, 262 pages ; 24 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xi, 251 pages ; 24 cm
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xxix, 749 pages ; 25 cm.
EU law is an autonomous legal system. It requires its own methodology, independent of the national traditions of the Member States. The contributions to this volume provide elements of a genuinely European legal method. They discuss the foundations of European legal methodology in Roman law and in the development of national legal methods in the 19th century as well as the economic and comparative background. Core issues of legal methods such as the sources of law, the interpretation of EU primary law and secondary legislation, the concretisation of general clauses, and judicial development of the law are also analysed. Furthermore, the temporal effects of EU directives on the one hand and of judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Union raise specific issues of EU law. Contributions are also devoted to issues of a multi-level legal system. Beyond general aspects, directives, in particular, raise special questions: what is their impact on the interpretation of national law; and what are the methodological consequences of a transposition of directives beyond their original scope ('gold-plating')? Further contributions inquire into methodological issues in contract law, employment law, company law, capital market law and competition law. They illustrate the general aspects of European legal methods with a view to specific applications and also reveal specific issues of methods which occur in these areas. Finally, legal methods from national perspectives of different Member States, namely France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom, are examined. The authors reveal national traditions of legal methods and national preconceptions and illustrate the application of EU legal methods in different national contexts.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xviii, 152 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm.
The European Union is rarely out of the news and, as it deals with the consequences of the Brexit vote and struggles to emerge from the eurozone crisis, it faces difficult questions about its future. In this debate, the law has a central role to play, whether the issue be the governance of the eurozone, the internal market, 'clawing back powers from Europe' or reducing so-called 'Brussels red tape'. 00In this Very Short Introduction Anthony Arnull looks at the laws and legal system of the European Union, including EU courts, and discusses the range of issues that the European Union has been given the power to regulate, such as the free movement of goods and people. He considers why an organisation based on international treaties has proved capable of having far-reaching effects on both its Member States and on countries that lie beyond its borders, and discusses how its law and legal system have proved remarkably effective in ensuring that Member States respect the commitments they made when they signed the Treaties. Answering some of the key questions surrounding EU law, such as what exactly it is about, and how it has become part of the legal DNA of its Member States so much more effectively than other treaty-based regimes, Arnull considers the future for the European Union.
Law Library (Crown)

5. Foster on EU law [2017]

Book
LXXI, 416 pages ; 25 cm
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Book
p. cm.
Law Library (Crown)

7. Law's judgement [2017]

Book
x, 260 pages ; 24 cm
  • Law's judgement
  • Law's persons
  • Fairness : responsibility, impartiality, equality
  • Dignity
  • Equality
  • Community.
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Book
xii, 329 pages ; 24 cm
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xvi, 190 pages ; 28 cm
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Book
184 p. ; 24 cm.
If laws and rights were to be understood cumulatively, as anamount of quantitative data, branches and specialties, we wouldnot have understood it properly. The understanding of law thatthe legal theory provides, is not reached until the law is seen asa complex whole, avoiding any kind of arbitrary simplifications.This comprehension of the law accepts it as plural and diverse, while unitary and organic. However, these plurality and diversitycan only be adequately appreciated in its true measure from itsunity and socio-historical organization.-- Provided by Publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
3, 2, 4, 2, 450 pages ; 24 cm
本书对敦煌吐鲁番法制文书语言展开了深入系 统的研究, 是该领域的一部开拓性著作.首先, 对敦煌吐鲁番法制文书作出概述和分类.其次, 突破语言研究以语音, 词汇, 语法为对象的传统做法, 从语言交际的角度, 把敦煌吐鲁番法制文书法制语言分为法典语言, 执法语言, 控辩语言, 进而从这三方面展开了翔实的研究.最后, 基于传统的法学研究注重成文法规的条文, 而忽视判例, 习惯以及各种民间契约, 规范等'活的法律'的做法, 单独对敦煌吐鲁番社条契约展开了深入研究.
East Asia Library
Book
pages cm
  • Introduction
  • Types of society, types of law
  • Law in the everyday, everywhere
  • The color of law
  • Many laws, many orders
  • The talk versus the walk of law
  • Law and social justice: plus ça change . . .
  • Reflecting on law's image: an inward turn?
  • Conclusion.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
359 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Livre 1 – Repères théoriques. Introduction générale. Leçon 1 – Le triptyque des sources du droit. Chapitre 1 – La législation. Chapitre 2 – La doctrine. Chapitre 3 – La jurisprudence. Leçon 2 – L’informatique juridique documentaire. Chapitre 1 – Notions terminologiques. Chapitre 2 – Éléments bibliographiques. Chapitre 3 – La méthodologie juridique à l’ère de l’informatique juridique documentaire. Chapitre 4 – Un outil formidable, à manier avec circonspection. Chapitre 5 – Synthèse : du bon usage de l’informatique juridique documentaire. Chapitre 6 – Tour d’horizon des ressources de l’informatique juridique documentaire. Chapitre 7 – Utilisation des bases de données et des sites web juridiques. Chapitre 8 – La référence à des sources. trouvées par le canal de l’informatique juridique documentaire. Leçon 3 – La référence aux sources documentaires du droit. Chapitre 1 – Observations liminaires. Chapitre 2 – La référence à la législation. Chapitre 3 – La référence à la jurisprudence. Chapitre 4 – La référence à la doctrine. Leçon 4 – Lire la jurisprudence. Chapitre 1 – Généralités. Chapitre 2 – Lire et comprendre un arrêt de la Cour de cassation. Leçon 5 – Mener une recherche documentaire. Chapitre 1 – Introduction. Chapitre 2 – Cerner le problème juridique posé au moyen de mots clés. Chapitre 3 – Constituer et affiner la liste des mots clés à l’aide des instruments d’encadrement et des ouvrages. Chapitre 4 – Ordre, traitement et classement des sources généraux. Leçon 6 – Rédiger une étude juridique. Chapitre 1 – Généralités. Chapitre 2 – Quelques consignes non exhaustives. Chapitre 3 – Consignes spécifiquement destinées aux étudiants de première année du baccalauréat en droit. Leçon 7 – Utiliser et comprendre l’abréviation des sources documentaires du droit. La liste. La liste inversée. Livre 2 – Exercices pratiques. Énoncés. Corrigés.
Ce Précis s’assigne une ambition… précise. Il dispense quelques leçons prosaïques de méthodologie juridique, principalement aux étudiants en droit, subsidiairement à ceux qui l’ont été un jour. Laissant à d’autres enseignements l’étude des processus d’élaboration, d’interprétation, d’application et de censure de la norme, cet ouvrage se veut être leur complément logistique. C’est dans cette perspective qu’y sont développées, avec force exemples et illustrations, sept leçons destinées à familiariser le juriste en herbe aux arcanes de la recherche juridique : circonscrire un point de droit, trouver les sources normatives, jurisprudentielles et doctrinales qui s’y rapportent, les lire, les comprendre, les mobiliser, y faire référence : autant d’étapes essentielles à l’élaboration d’une étude susceptible d’être reçue par la communauté des juristes. Mais progrès oblige, les rouages et les outils de l’informatique juridique documentaire occupent une place centrale dans cet enseignement, que la multiplication des sites internet et autres bases de données vient proprement bouleverser. S’achevant par une double liste – revue et augmentée – des principales abréviations juridiques, ces leçons cèdent ensuite la place, dans la seconde partie de l’ouvrage, à un important cahier d’exercices invitant, corrigés à l’appui, à l’application des règles et méthodes enseignées dans la première partie. -- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
285 pages ; 18 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
2731 pages ; 25 cm
Law Library (Crown)
Book
125 pages ; 19 cm.
"L'histoire de la justice a été profondément renouvelée au cours des dernières décennies, parallèlement à la place nouvelle acquise par les juges dans la société comme dans leurs rapports avec le pouvoir politique. Ce livre en propose une synthèse en mettant l'accent sur l'évolution des institutions juridictionnelles, de la magistrature et de la façon dont celle-ci régule les conflits civils et réprime les infractions pénales. Il met en lumière la succession de trois modèles de justice. La révolution de 1789 institue une justice libérale et démocratique fondée sur la souveraineté nationale, les citoyens étant étroitement associés à son exercice. Ce modèle libéral fait place, à partir du Consulat, à celui d'une justice étatisée, contrôlée par le pouvoir politique, exécutif dans les périodes autoritaires, parlementaire sous les régimes républicains. Le mouvement d'émancipation des juges, amorcé dans les années 1970, conduit à s'interroger depuis sur l'existence d'un nouveau modèle : au sein d'un État de droit, la justice aurait acquis sinon une place dominante, du moins plus d'indépendance."--Page 4 of cover.
Law Library (Crown)
Archive/Manuscript
volumes ; 25-30 cm
  • [1]. Acquisition of Lands by Aliens Law.
  • [2]. Administration of Abandoned Properties
  • [3]. Administration of Estates Law --[4]. Administration of Estates Law Small Estates
  • [5]. Administrator-General Law
  • [6]. Advisory Council on the Prerogative of Mercy
  • [7]. Agricultural Development Project Law
  • [8]. Agricultural Law
  • [9]. Apportionment Law
  • [10]. Aribitration Law
  • [11]. Auction Law
  • [12]. Audit Law
  • [13]. Authentication Law
  • [14]. Bills of Sale Law
  • [15]. Births, Deaths and Burials Law --[16]. Building and Civil Engineering (Construction) Materials Law
  • [17]. Building Lines Regulation Law
  • [18]. Carriers Law
  • [19]. Casino and Gaming Regulations
  • [20]. Change of Public Office Titles Law
  • [21]. Cinematograph Law
  • [22]. Citizens Mediation Centre Law
  • [23]. Community Development Associations Law
  • [24]. Compulsory Free Universal Basic Education Law
  • [25]. Coroner's System Law
  • [26]. Creation of Local Government Law
  • [27]. Cultism (Prohibition) Law
  • [28]. Customary Courts Law
  • [29]. Defamation Law
  • [30]. Destruction of Mosquitoes Law
  • [31]. Determination of Certain Interests in Lands Law
  • [32]. Dogs Law
  • [33]. Education Development Levy Law
  • [34]. Education Endowment Fund Law
  • [35]. Education Law
  • [36]. Environmental Sanitation Law
  • [37]. Facilities Management and Maintenance Law
  • [38]. Fatal Accidents Law --[39]. Fire Service Law
  • [40]. Fish (Control) Law
  • [41]. Forestry Law
  • [42]. Forestry Protection and Soil Conservation Law
  • [43]. Forfeiture of Property Law
  • [44]. Governor's Statutory Functions (Transfer to State Commissioners) Law
  • [45]. Hides and Skins Law
  • [46]. High Court of Lagos State (Fees) Law
  • [47]. Hotel Licensing Law
  • [48]. Hotel Proprietors Law
  • [49]. Health Management Information System Law.
  • [50]. Ibile Oil and Gas Corporation Law
  • [51]. Ikoyi Lands Law
  • [52]. Illegal Collection of Dues in Public Places
  • [53]. Illiterates Protection Law
  • [54]. Judicial Service Commission Rules
  • [55]. Lagos Court of Arbitration Law --[56]. Lagos Multi-Door Courthouse Law --[57]. Lagos State Agency For Mass Education Law
  • [58]. Lagos State Blood Transfusion Committee Law
  • [59]. Lagos State Boundary Committee Law --[60]. Lagos State Christian and Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board Law --[61]. Lagos State College of Education Law
  • [62]. Lagos State College of Health Technology Law
  • [63]. Lagos State College of Primary Education Law
  • [64]. Lagos State Command and Control Centre Law
  • [65]. Lagos State Commission for Women Law --[66]. Lagos State (Constituency) Project Development Law
  • [67]. Lagos State Council for Arts and Culture Law
  • [68]. Lagos State Debt Management Office Law
  • [69]. Lagos State Development and Property Corporation Law --[70]. Lagos State Electricity Board Law
  • [71]. Lagos State Emergency Management Agency Law
  • [72]. Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency Law
  • [73]. Lagos State Fish Board Law
  • [74]. Lagos State Government Educational Management System Law
  • [75]. Lagos State Government Staff Housing Board Law --[76]. Lagos State Health Scheme Law
  • [77]. Lagos State House of Assembly Legislative Service Commission Law
  • [78]. Lagos State House of Assembly Self-Accounting Law
  • [79]. Lagos State Infrastructure Maintenance Agency Law
  • [80]. Lagos State Joint Local Government Account Committee Law
  • [81]. Lagos State Judicial Institute Law
  • [82]. Lagos State Judiciary Self-Accounting Law
  • [83]. Lagos State Library Board Law
  • [84]. Lagos State Local Government Service Commission Law
  • [85]. Lagos State Local Government Staff Housing Loan Board Law
  • [86]. Lagos State Market Advisory Council Law
  • [87]. Lagos State Market Association Law
  • [88]. Lagos State Micro-Finance Law
  • [89]. Lagos State Number Plate Production Authority Law
  • [90]. Lagos State Parking Authority Law
  • [91]. Lagos State Parks and Gardens Agency Law
  • [92]. Lagos State Pension Reform Law
  • [93]. Lagos State Polytechnic Law
  • [94]. Lagos State Printing Corporation Law
  • [95]. Lagos State Public Procurement Agency Law
  • [96]. Lagos State Public Service Staff Development Centre Law
  • [97]. Lagos State Residents' Registration Agency Law
  • [98]. Lagos State Scholarship Board Law
  • [99]. Lagos State Structures for Signage and Advertisement Agency Law
  • [100]. Lagos State Teachers' Housing Loan Board Law
  • [101]. Lagos State Traffic Management Authority Law
  • [102]. Lagos State University Teaching Hospital Management Board Law
  • [103]. Lagos State Waterways Authority Law
  • [104]. Lagos State Works Management Board Law
  • [105]. Land Development (Provision for Roads) Law
  • [106]. Land Use Charge Law
  • [107]. Law Reform (Contracts) Law
  • [108]. Law Reform (Torts) Law
  • [109]. Limitations Law --[110]. Liquor (Licensing) Law
  • [111]. Listed Sites (Preservation) Law
  • [112]. Livestock Feed Quality Control Law
  • [113]. Local Borrowings Law
  • [114]. Local Government Administration Law
  • [115]. Local Government Levies (Approved Collection) Law
  • [116]. Lotteries Law
  • [117]. Lunacy Law
  • [118]. Mortgage & Property Law
  • [119]. Neighbourhood Watch (Registration) Law
  • [120]. Partnership Law
  • [121]. Pawnbrokers Law
  • [122]. Poisons and Pharmacy Law --[123]. Private Educational Institutions Law
  • [124]. Produce Inspection Law
  • [125]. Produce Sales Tax Law
  • [126]. Public Bodies (Guarantee of Loans) Law
  • [127]. Public Health Law
  • [128]. Public Trustee Law
  • [129]. Registration of Marriages Law
  • [130]. Sales Tax Law
  • [131]. Security Trust Fund Law
  • [132]. [Special Development Levy Law
  • [133]. Tenancy Law
  • [134]. The Regulation of Smoking Law
  • [135]. Transportation of Employees Law
  • [136]. Tribunals of Inquiry Law
  • [137]. Water Sector Law
  • [138]. Waterfront Infrastructure Development Law
  • [139]. Wills Law
  • [140]. Private Veterinary Clinics Law.
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18. Rechtsvergleichung [2015]

Book
xxxii, 1010 pages ; 25 cm
  • Einführung: Was ist Rechtsvergleichung?
  • Ziele der Rechtsvergleichung
  • Die rechtsvergleichende Methode
  • Rechtskreise, Rechtskultur und Kontext
  • Der Kontext des common law
  • Der Grundkontext kontinentaleuropäischen Rechts
  • Die Vielfalt des kontinentaleuropäischen Kontexts
  • Der Kontext afrikanischen Rechts
  • Kontexte in Asien
  • Der Kontext des islamischen Rechts
  • Kontexte transnationalen Rechts.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
289 pages ; 21 cm
Law Library (Crown)
Book
2 v. (576 p.) : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm.
East Asia Library