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The Resource Constitutional courts and ordinary courts : cooperation or conflict? : international conference, Regensburg, October 16-17, 2015 : XVIIIth International Congress on European and Comparative Constitutional Law, Rainer Arnold, Herbert Roth (eds.)

Constitutional courts and ordinary courts : cooperation or conflict? : international conference, Regensburg, October 16-17, 2015 : XVIIIth International Congress on European and Comparative Constitutional Law, Rainer Arnold, Herbert Roth (eds.)

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Constitutional courts and ordinary courts : cooperation or conflict? : international conference, Regensburg, October 16-17, 2015 : XVIIIth International Congress on European and Comparative Constitutional Law
Title
Constitutional courts and ordinary courts
Title remainder
cooperation or conflict? : international conference, Regensburg, October 16-17, 2015 : XVIIIth International Congress on European and Comparative Constitutional Law
Statement of responsibility
Rainer Arnold, Herbert Roth (eds.)
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
OHX
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Entwicklungen im europäischen Recht
Series volume
vol. 13
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  • Human rights
  • Constitutional law
  • Human rights
  • Constitutional law
Label
Constitutional courts and ordinary courts : cooperation or conflict? : international conference, Regensburg, October 16-17, 2015 : XVIIIth International Congress on European and Comparative Constitutional Law, Rainer Arnold, Herbert Roth (eds.)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • International conference proceedings
  • 23 English, 1 French, 2 German contributions
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Desanka Lopicic
  • Constitutional Courts and Ordinary Courts - Cooperation or conflict?
  • Art a Vorpsi
  • Constitutional and Ordinary Courts Acceptance of the constitutional jurisprudence and questions of borderline between illegality and unconstitutionality/
  • Alexandra Tanase
  • The cooperation between the Constitutional Court of Romania and the Ordinary Courts in the Romanian constitutional system /
  • The Constitutional Court of Romania and the High Court of Cassation and Justice. Dialogue or Confrontation?
  • Eugen Chelaru
  • Constitutional review in Romania - a struggle between monologue and dialogue
  • Mircea Criste
  • Hans Kelsen und die Verfassungsgerichtsbarkeit
  • The Romanian Constitutional Court and Ordinary Courts: from Mutual Ignorance to "War of Judges"
  • Bianca Selejan-Gutan
  • Ukrainian Courts and the Protection of Human Rights
  • Victor Muraviov
  • Relations of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine with Ordinary Courts of Ukraine in the Frameworks of Judicial Doctrines
  • Volodymyr Kampo
  • Constitutional and National Courts of Ukraine and the European Union
  • Nataliia Mushak
  • Contemporary Problems of the Functional Relationship of the Constitutional Court and the General Courts of Armenia
  • Arevik Petrosyan
  • Herbert Schambeck
  • La Cour constitutionnelle et les tribunaux
  • Amin Mahfoudh
  • The Relationship between the Constitutional Court and Lower Courts in Turkey Today
  • Selin Esen
  • Constitutional Court and Ordinary Courts in Hungary: From Separation to Cooperation and{u2026}?
  • Andrés Bragyova
  • The Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court, and the Judicial Council of the Slovak Republic: three bodies in a struggle for supremacy or much ado for nothing?
  • Alexander Bröstl, Ludmila Gajdosikovâ
  • Verfassungsgerichtshof, Ordentliche Gerichte und Verwaltungsgerichte: Kooperation oder Konflikt?
  • Boguslaw Banaszak, Andrzej Szmyt
  • Resolving jurisdictional disputes within the justice system of Bosnia and Herzegovina / Mirsad Ceman
  • Questions of Law to the Constitutional Tribunal
  • Miroslaw Granat
  • Declared conflict and effective cooperation between the Polish Constitutional Court and other courts upon interpretive judgements
  • Michal Jackowski
  • Dialogue between the Constitutional Court and the Courts of General Jurisdiction: Latvia{u2019}s Experience
  • Aldis Lavins
  • European Court of Human Rights and National Courts: The Case of Nagoya Protocol, vegetable patents granted under the Regulation (EU) n. 511/2014
  • Valentina Colcelli
  • An example of divergence between the Constitutional Court and the ordinary courts in Italy: the so-called war of the courts concerning the interpretation of the law
  • Gabriella Mangione
  • Relationship between the Constitutional Court and Ordinary Courts: conflict or cooperation
  • Constitutional Courts and Ordinary Courts: Cooperation or Conflict? The particular field of the Spanish case
  • Maria Pérez-Ugena
  • About the Authors
  • Mato Tadic
  • Position of Ordinary Courts in direct implementation of constitutional norms: new perspective in the case of legislative silence in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Zlatan Begic
  • Constitutional Court of Montenegro and Courts: rivalry or partnership
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
First Auflage.
Extent
380 pages
Isbn
9783868451474
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
9783868451474
System control number
(OCoLC)1041911825
Label
Constitutional courts and ordinary courts : cooperation or conflict? : international conference, Regensburg, October 16-17, 2015 : XVIIIth International Congress on European and Comparative Constitutional Law, Rainer Arnold, Herbert Roth (eds.)
Publication
Note
  • International conference proceedings
  • 23 English, 1 French, 2 German contributions
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Desanka Lopicic
  • Constitutional Courts and Ordinary Courts - Cooperation or conflict?
  • Art a Vorpsi
  • Constitutional and Ordinary Courts Acceptance of the constitutional jurisprudence and questions of borderline between illegality and unconstitutionality/
  • Alexandra Tanase
  • The cooperation between the Constitutional Court of Romania and the Ordinary Courts in the Romanian constitutional system /
  • The Constitutional Court of Romania and the High Court of Cassation and Justice. Dialogue or Confrontation?
  • Eugen Chelaru
  • Constitutional review in Romania - a struggle between monologue and dialogue
  • Mircea Criste
  • Hans Kelsen und die Verfassungsgerichtsbarkeit
  • The Romanian Constitutional Court and Ordinary Courts: from Mutual Ignorance to "War of Judges"
  • Bianca Selejan-Gutan
  • Ukrainian Courts and the Protection of Human Rights
  • Victor Muraviov
  • Relations of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine with Ordinary Courts of Ukraine in the Frameworks of Judicial Doctrines
  • Volodymyr Kampo
  • Constitutional and National Courts of Ukraine and the European Union
  • Nataliia Mushak
  • Contemporary Problems of the Functional Relationship of the Constitutional Court and the General Courts of Armenia
  • Arevik Petrosyan
  • Herbert Schambeck
  • La Cour constitutionnelle et les tribunaux
  • Amin Mahfoudh
  • The Relationship between the Constitutional Court and Lower Courts in Turkey Today
  • Selin Esen
  • Constitutional Court and Ordinary Courts in Hungary: From Separation to Cooperation and{u2026}?
  • Andrés Bragyova
  • The Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court, and the Judicial Council of the Slovak Republic: three bodies in a struggle for supremacy or much ado for nothing?
  • Alexander Bröstl, Ludmila Gajdosikovâ
  • Verfassungsgerichtshof, Ordentliche Gerichte und Verwaltungsgerichte: Kooperation oder Konflikt?
  • Boguslaw Banaszak, Andrzej Szmyt
  • Resolving jurisdictional disputes within the justice system of Bosnia and Herzegovina / Mirsad Ceman
  • Questions of Law to the Constitutional Tribunal
  • Miroslaw Granat
  • Declared conflict and effective cooperation between the Polish Constitutional Court and other courts upon interpretive judgements
  • Michal Jackowski
  • Dialogue between the Constitutional Court and the Courts of General Jurisdiction: Latvia{u2019}s Experience
  • Aldis Lavins
  • European Court of Human Rights and National Courts: The Case of Nagoya Protocol, vegetable patents granted under the Regulation (EU) n. 511/2014
  • Valentina Colcelli
  • An example of divergence between the Constitutional Court and the ordinary courts in Italy: the so-called war of the courts concerning the interpretation of the law
  • Gabriella Mangione
  • Relationship between the Constitutional Court and Ordinary Courts: conflict or cooperation
  • Constitutional Courts and Ordinary Courts: Cooperation or Conflict? The particular field of the Spanish case
  • Maria Pérez-Ugena
  • About the Authors
  • Mato Tadic
  • Position of Ordinary Courts in direct implementation of constitutional norms: new perspective in the case of legislative silence in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Zlatan Begic
  • Constitutional Court of Montenegro and Courts: rivalry or partnership
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
First Auflage.
Extent
380 pages
Isbn
9783868451474
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
9783868451474
System control number
(OCoLC)1041911825

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