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ix, 226 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Legal persons in the new civil code of Hungary / Zoltán Csehi
  • Default rules on companies in the new Hungarian civil code / András Kisfaludi
  • The new Romanian civil code : difficulties in the transition towards a monist private law / Emőd Veress
  • The persistence of some characteristics of commercial law in the monist Romanian civil law / Zsolt Fegyveresi
  • Property law in the new Hungarian civil code : key issues / Attila Menyhárd
  • Property law in the new Romanian civil code / Szilárd Sztranyiczki
  • Intellectual property in the new civil code of Hungary / Gábor Faludi
  • The new civil code of Romania and its impact on intellectual property / Ligia Cătuna
  • Some structural questions on the relationship between contractual and extracontractual liability in the new Hungarian civil code / Ádám Fuglinszky
  • New particular agreements in the new Hungarian civil code / Balázs Tőkey
  • Unforeseeable changes in circumstances in contracts in the new Romanian civil code / Johanna Szekrényes
  • Perceptions of simulated contracts in the Hungarian and Romanian legal systems / Krisztina Constantinescu
  • Marriage and cohabitation in the new Hungarian civil code : answering the new challenges / Orsolya Szeibert
  • The law of succession in the new Hungarian civil code / Hella Molnár
  • Law of succession in the new Romanian civil code / János Székely.
This edited volume examines two recent Central European recodifications of civil law. The contributors present and discuss the regulation and the fundamental changes related to the new Civil Codes in each country. They also highlight the novelties and some of the issues of great debate of the new regulation. The papers investigate specific parts of the two Civil Codes. Coverage reviews default rules of legal persons and companies, key issues of the new regulations of property law, and the topic of intellectual property. The contributors also consider the law of obligation, unforeseeable changes in circumstances in contracts, family law and law of succession, and more. Hungary and Romania connect to each other by their special historical and cultural background, which serves as a solid basis of great cooperation. This volume shows how the two countries view civil law. It offers readers straightforward and practice-oriented knowledge on the subject.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319633268 20171204
Law Library (Crown)
Book
52 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
  • [1] Magyarország Alaptörvénye
  • [2] 2011. évi CCII. törvény Magyarország címerének és zászlajának használatáról, valamint állami kitüntetéseiről.
Green Library
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149 pages ; 20 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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589 pages ; 24 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xii, 266 pages ; 24 cm
  • 1. The Legal Landscape -- 2. Customary Law and the Tripartitum -- 3. Customary Law, Legislation, and Letters -- 4. Customary Law and Medieval Courts -- 5. King and Nobility -- 6. The Nobleman and His Land -- 7. Crime and Prosecution -- 8. Medieval Procedure and Judicial Decision Making -- 9. Early Modern Legal Institutions -- 10. Codification after the Tripartitum -- 11. Courts and the Law in the Long Eighteenth Century -- 12. Custom and Law in the Modern Period -- Conclusion: Customary Law in Hungary.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198743910 20160619
This is the first comprehensive treatment in any language of the history of customary law in Hungary, from the thirteenth to the twentieth centuries. Hungary's customary law was described by Stephen Werboczy in 1517 in the extensive law code known as the Tripartitum. As Werboczy explained, Hungarian law derived from the interplay of Romano-canonical law, statute, written instruments, and court judgments. It was also responsive, however, to popular conceptions of the law's content and application, as communicated through the lay membership of the kingdom's courts. Publication of the Tripartitum was intended to make the law more certain by fixing it in writing. Nevertheless, its text was customized by actual use, in the same way as the statute laws of the kingdom were adjusted as a consequence of court practice and of errors in their transmission. The reputation attaching to the Tripartitum and Hungary's insulation from the Roman Law Reception meant that the Tripartitum continued to retain authority until well into the nineteenth century. Attempts to replace it foundered and it was the principal text on which the courts and the schools relied, not only in Habsburg Hungary but also in Transylvania. Courts, nevertheless, continued to modify its provisions in the interests of rendering judgments that they deemed either to be right or in conformity with developing practices. Even after the establishment of a parliamentary form of government in the nineteenth century, a strong customary element attached to Hungarian law, which was amplified by the association of customary law with national traditions. The consequence was that Hungary maintained aspects of a customary law regime until the Communist period.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198743910 20160619
Law Library (Crown)
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552 pages ; 25 cm
  • The science of public administration, and the study of administrative law in Hungary
  • Some features of the foreign language literature of Hungarian public administration in the past quarter century
  • The constitutional basis of Hungarian public administration
  • Administrative justice in Hungary
  • Public administration and the prosecution service
  • The ombudsman
  • The relationship between civil organisations and public administration in Hungary
  • Central administration
  • Territorial public administration
  • Local self-governments
  • Minority self-governments in Hungary
  • Public finances in Hungary
  • Tasks and powers of the Hungarian public administration resulting from EU membership
  • Public services
  • Act on administrative proceedings
  • Administrative sanctions : sanctioning power of public administration
  • E-government, infocommunication
  • The civil service system in Hungary.
Law Library (Crown)
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220 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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289 pages : color photographs ; 21 cm.
  • Die Versuche zur Reform des ungarischen Justizwesens nach der Systemwende : Gerichtsebenen und zentrale Verwaltung / Attila Badó
  • Die Wirkung der Grundrechte und Grundfreiheiten zwischen Privaten / Detlev W. Belling, Antje Herold, Marek Kneis
  • Comparative perspectives on plea bargaining in Germany and the U.S.A. / Samantha Joy Cheesman
  • Hungarian legislation on climate protection / Erika Farkas Csamangó
  • The history of the Hungarian social security system / Alex Ember
  • Hungarian rules of the liability for game damage / Péter István Hegyes
  • Was ist mit Vale nach dem Urteil des EuGH geschehen? Die Operation war gelungen, der Patient ist aber gestorben... / Csongor István Nagy
  • Regeln des Besitzschutzes im ungarischen Privatrecht des 19. Jahrhunderts / Mária Homoki-Nagy
  • The future of Hungarian legal training and profession within the European Union / Zsolt Nagy
  • Rechtspersönlichkeit : Übertragung der Haftung und Durchgriffshaftung in Ungarn / Tekla Papp
  • Das Verhältnis zwischen Unionsbürgerschaft und Staatsangehörigkeit der Mitgliedstaaten / Imola Schiffner
  • The practice of leading cases in the Hungarian High Court (Curia), with special attention to the Civil Procedure Act of 1911 / Norbert Varga.
Law Library (Crown)
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133 pages ; 17 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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630 pages ; 25 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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384 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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274 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Az emberi méltóság védelme / Koltay András, Szikora Tamás
  • A közösségekkel szembeni gyűlöletkeltés és kirekesztés korlátozása / Szikora Tamás
  • A kiskorúak védelme / Nagy Dóra
  • A kiegyensúlyozott tájékoztatás követelménye / Nagy Dóra
  • Kereskedelmi e̋s egyéb közlemények / Pozsár Ágnes
  • Rádiós frekvencia-pályázatok / Andrássy György, Boncz Ditta
  • A médiaszolgáltatási díjak új rendszerének kialakítása / Kerekes Sugárka
  • A tulajdoni koncentrációk korlátozása / Szikora Tamás
  • Az anyagi jogi szankciók rendszere a médiaszabályozásban / Pap Szilvia, Balog Ágnes
  • Társszabályozás a médiaigazgatásban / Szikora Tamás
  • A média- és hírközlési biztos tevékenysége / Bodonovich Jenő.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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x, 227 pages ; 24 cm.
  • The new concept of the constitutional protection of water bases / Marcel Szabó
  • Paradigm shift in the constitutional character of environment? / Lóránt Csink, Júlia T. Kovács
  • Right to environment and right to water in the Hungarian fundamental law / László Fodor, Ágnes Bujdos
  • Access to safe drinking-water in Hungary with particular preference to the issue of arsenic in water / Erzsébet Kardos Kaponyi
  • Affordability of drinking-water and the new Hungarian regulation concerning water utility supplies / Ede János Szilágyi
  • Water as the nation's common heritage in the frame of the common heritage of mankind / Anikó Raisz
  • Guaranteeing the life conditions of future generations in the light of the right to water / Szilvia Kéri
  • Towards a human rights based water governance : challenges for the post-2015 thematic consultations on water / Aline Baillat, Tobias Schmitz
  • Upcoming challenges for the governance and regulation of eater services in 2013 / Daphne Von Buxhoeveden, Pál Belényesi
  • Environmental rights and the enforcement of the right to water / Attila Pánovics
  • A human right to water? The Mazibuko case before the South African Constitutional Court / Sándor Szemesi
  • Respect for the human right to water in Hungary based on the practice of certain UN organs / Melinda Szappanyos
  • The right to water : a specific environmental issue in need of a comprehensive European system of guarantees / Veronika Greksza
  • Water protection via the implementation of EU directives : case study of Hungary / Gábor Kecskés.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
473 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Civil law
  • Criminal law
  • Labour law.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
58 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Key recommendations -- Methodology -- I. Background -- II. Legal and policy framework -- III. Obstacles to protection -- IV. Hungary's human rights obligations -- Acknowledgments.
"The 58-page report documents chronic brutal violence against women by their intimate partners and the challenges women face in seeking state protection and services. It documents the gaps in Hungary's legal and policy framework, despite a recent legal reform, in responding to domestic violence and the failure of the authorities to adequately protect women who experience such violence."--Publisher's website as viewed December 3, 2013.
Green Library
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29 pages ; 27 cm.
"This 29-page report analyzes the new constitution and laws and their negative effects on human rights and the rule of law. It shows how the government has largely ignored criticism from the EU and the Council of Europe and, through further constitutional changes, sought to reverse binding rulings by Hungary's Constitutional Court upholding fundamental rights. The report finds that the changes run counter to Hungary's legal obligations as a member of the EU and the Council of Europe."--Publisher's website.
Green Library
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xvi, 570 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: From the 1989 Constitution to the 2011 fundamental law / János Kis
  • What is democracy? / Ronald Dworkin
  • Regime change, revolution, and legitimacy / Andrew Arato
  • Constitution-making, competition, and cooperation / Zoltán Miklósi
  • A sacred symbol in a secular country : the holy crown / Sándor Radnóti
  • From "we the people" to "we the nation" / Zsolt Körtvélyesi
  • Human dignity : rhetoric, protection, and instrumentalisation / Catherine Dupré
  • Equality : the missing link / Kriszta Kovács
  • Freedom of religion and churches : archeology in a constitution-making assembly / Renáta Uitz
  • From separation of powers to a government without checks : Hungary's old and new constitutions / Miklós Bánkuti, Gábor Halmai and Kim Lane Scheppele
  • Between revolution and constitution : the roles of the Hungarian Constitutional Court / Oliver W. Lembcke, Christian Boulanger
  • Governance, accountability, and the market / Márton Varju
  • No new(s), good news? : the fundamental law and the European law / András Bragyova
  • Trees in the wood : the fundamental law and the European Court of Human Rights / Jeremy McBride.
Law Library (Crown)
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225 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • The birth of the Fundamental Law
  • The national avowal
  • The foundation
  • The enduring legacy of the historical constitution
  • Freedom and responsibility
  • The impact of economic factors
  • On the rights of Hungarians living beyond the country's borders and the right to vote
  • Nationalities living with us
  • A fundamental law for the 21st century
  • On the state
  • On the state of emergency and situation of local authorities
  • In place of an afterword.
Law Library (Crown)
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178 pages ; 21 cm
  • Goals of the paper
  • Preliminary facts, definition of concepts and methods
  • Traditional features of the Hungarian legal system and of the state and social environment
  • New elements and tendencies of the Hungarian legal system
  • The fundamental law and the cardinal acts
  • Characteristics of newer legislation
  • The existence and role of lawyers' elite as a key issue of governmental capacity
  • Summary.
Law Library (Crown)