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  • European Parliament Role

    Content about European Parliament Role from the publication The ABC of European Union law (2010, European Union) by Klaus-Dieter Borchardt. 1. The functioning of the Union shall be founded on representative democracy. 2. Citizens are directly represented at Union level in the European […]

  • Railway

    Definition of Railway And Canal Commission A Court established by the Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1888. It consists of two non-judicial commissioners, and three cr officio commissioners, consisting of an English, Scotch and Irish Judge acting in their respective countries. The Commission […]

  • Railway

    Definition of Railway And Canal Commission A Court established by the Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1888. It consists of two non-judicial commissioners, and three cr officio commissioners, consisting of an English, Scotch and Irish Judge acting in their respective countries. The Commission […]

  • Constitution

    Definition of Constitution Formerly, a law or ordinance; now, the form in which a State is organisedA constitution may be (a) unwritten, resting mainly on custom and convention ; (b) written, drawn up in legal form ; (c) flexible, capable of being altered by ordinary legislative act ; (d) […]

  • General Index

    This page is the overall index to the European Encyclopedia of Law; any page can ideally be reached directly or indirectly from this page. Note that the index is still somewhat incomplete. Europe: Akrotiri and Dhekelia • Åland • Albania • Andorra • Armenia • Austria • Azerbaijan • Belarus • Belgium • Bosnia and…

  • Guides A-Z

    Guides to Law: A-Z Guides about the European Encyclopedia of Law Lawi User´s Guide Site Content Presentation Benefits Search the Wiki Encyclopedia Guide FAQ Guides Some writing tips Our thesaurus Subject headings for Legal Guides Administrative Law Guide Children and the Law Guide Guide – Index to Legal Literature Topic Guides The Guides introduce the…

  • Sei Fujii v. the State of California

    Sei Fujii v. the State of California in Europe Supreme Court of California 38 Cal. 2d 718; 242 P.2d 617 Decided: April 17, 1952 Justice GIBSON Plaintiff, an alien Japanese who is ineligible to citizenship under our naturalization laws, appeals from a judgment declaring that certain land […]

  • About the Declaration of Paris, Historical

    About the Declaration of Paris, Historical in Europe One point of considerable interest in International Law is the very different degree of durability which the various parts of the system have proved to possess. The oldest rules which belong to its structure are simply rules of religion […]

  • Henry Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice

    Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne in Europe Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne (1845-1927), British statesman, had, during his tenure of office as Foreign Minister (1900-5), definitely set his mark on British foreign policy at a […]

  • 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). […]