Search results for: “Europe in search of 'meaning and purpose'”

  • The American and English Encyclopedia of Law

    The American and English Encyclopedia of Law in Europe The Encyclopedia of Pleading and Practice, Under the Codes and Practice Acts, at Common Law, in Equity and in Criminal Cases was a Companion work of this Encyclopedia of Law. Edition of 1887 The edtors of the American and English […]

  • European Union Powers

    Powers of the European UnionContent about European Union Powers from the publication The ABC of European Union law (2010, European Union) by Klaus-Dieter Borchardt. The Treaties establishing the EU do not confer on the Union institutions any general power to take all measures necessary to […]

  • Corporation

    Definition of Corporation A succession or collection of persons having in the estimation of law an existence and rights and duties distinct from those of the individual persons who from time to time form it. It has perpetual succession, a name and a common seal. A corporation sole consists […]

  • De Sanchez v. Banco Central de Nicaragua

    Josefina Najarro de Sanchez v. Banco Central de Nicaragua in Europe United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit 770 F.2d 1385 Decided September 19, 1985 GOLDBERG, Circuit Judge: Clausewitz once described war as politics carried on by other means. Here it could be said that […]

  • Constitutional Text: Bangladesh 1972, Amended 2004

    Constitutional Text: Bangladesh 1972, Amended 2004 in Europe CONSTITUTION OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH NOVEMBER 4, 1972, AS AMENDED TO MAY 16, 2004 BISMILLAH-AR-RAHIMAN-AR-RAHIM (In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful) Preamble We, the people of Bangladesh, having […]

  • Constitutional Text: Austria 1920, Admended 2004

    AUSTRIA’S CONSTITUTION OF 1920 WITH AMENDMENTS THROUGH 2004 JANUARY 1ST, 2004 Chapter I General Provisions; European Union A. General Provisions Article 1. Austria is a democratic republic. Its law emanates from the people. Article 2. 1. Austria is a federal state. 2. The Federal State […]

  • Maxims of Law from Bouvier’s Dictionary of Law

    Maxims of Law from Bouvier’s Dictionary of Law in Europe   A communi observantia non est recedendum. There should be no departure from common observance or usage. Co. Litt. 186. A l’impossible nul n’est tenu. No one is bound to do what is impossible. 1 Bouvier´s Institutes of […]

  • History of Yugoslavia

    Introduction This is the first part of the history of Yugoslavia, which has had hugue implications in international law, specially European law. The Country Also called Jugoslavia. The official name was the “Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes” (Kraljevina Srba Hnata i Slovcnaca). […]

  • Briefs in Law

    Introduction Briefs are, in the United States, legal documents written by attorneys, used in various legal adversarial systems that is presented to a court arguing why the party to the case should prevail. A brief is, then, in the U.S., a legal document prepared by a party to the Court. It […]