References to Foreign Case Law in Decisions of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia

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Author: VESNA BOŽIČ ŠTAJNPIHLER
I. Introduction

We live in an increasingly globalised world and the judicial arena is no exception to this trend. The increasingly international experience of judges and legal staff at courts as well as enhanced and readily available possibilities to use internet-based data and international legal or judicial networks have an impact on adjudication. At the level of constitutional courts the focus is frequently… Tovább

Foreign Case Law in Decisions of the Constitutional Court of Hungary

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Author: NORBERT TRIBL
I. Introduction

European constitutional justice in the XXI. century is no longer conceivable without that the constitutional courts of the Member States take into account each other’s practice and experiences. However, the relationship between supranational and constitutional courts is even more important in the European legal order. In the spirit of this, the practice of the Hungarian Constitutional Court… Tovább

Study on the ways the Federal Constitutional Court cites decisions of foreign constitutional courts in its case-law (especially in decisions)

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Contribution of Federal Constitutional Court, Germany

This study on how decisions of foreign courts are cited in the decisions of the Federal Constitutional Court (hereinafter: FCC) begins with short introductory remarks on the work process of the FCC (I.). It then provides detailed information on how the FCC references decisions of other constitutional courts (II.). Finally, the study will conclude with some summarising remarks (III.). An article by the then President… Tovább

Methods of quoting the decisions of “foreign constitutional courts” in the case-law of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Bulgaria

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Author: RAYNA GEORGIEVA

Comparative legal method is of importance in any aspect of the development of European constitutionalism. When in the course of interpretation constitutional jurisdictions look beyond the classical methods – textual, systematic, historic, teleological – and include in their decision-making process arguments sourcing from case-law of other courts with constitutional jurisdiction, this leads to an exchange… Tovább

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