Tag: Austria

  • Principles of European Contract Law

    Principles of European Contract Law (Commision on European Contract Law) 2 25 May 2002 PRINCIPLES OF EUROPEAN CONTRACT LAW TEXT OF ARTICLES IN PART 3, IN ENGLISH CHAPTER 10 Plurality of parties Section 1: Plurality of debtors ARTICLE 10:101: SOLIDARY, SEPARATE AND […]

  • European Caselaw Databases

    JURE, a database created by the European Commission, contains case law on jurisdiction in civil and commercial matters and on the recognition and enforcement of judgments in a State other than the one where the judgment was passed. This includes case law on relevant international […]

  • Karl Renner

    Karl Renner in Europe Karl Renner (1870-1950), Austrian politician and first President of the country, was born on Dec. 14 1870, the son of a peasant, at Unter-Tannowitz, Moravia. He studied law at the university of Vienna, occupying himself especially with questions of administration, and […]

  • 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 […]

  • Constitutional Text: Austria 1945, Amendments 1986,1987,1988,1990, 1992 and 1993

    Constitutional Text: Amendments of 1986,1987,1988,1990, 1992 and 1993 to the Austria Constitution of 1945 in Europe 1986 AMENDMENT TO AUSTRIA’S CONSTITUTION OF 1945 APRIL 24, 1986 212. Federal constitutional law of April 4, 1986, amending the federal constitutional law of 1929 (amendment to […]

  • Heinrich Lammasch

    Heinrich Lammasch (1853-1920); Austrian jurist and statesman, was born on May 18 1853. He was professor of criminal and international law, a member of the Hague Arbitration Tribunal, and in 1918 the prime minister of Austria. He qualified for the teaching faculty at Vienna in 1878. His […]