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Interpreting Precedent: A Comparative Study

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ISBN13: 9781855216860
ISBN: 1855216868
Published: July 1998
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: £125.00

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This work seeks to advance understanding of the fundamentals of law and its methodology through systematic comparative and theoretical analysis. The research group seeks to achieve this by using an agreed set of concepts and terminology in the analysis of common topics.

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Precedent interpretation in Germany, Robert Alexy and Ralph Dreier; precedent interpretation in Finland, Aulis Aarnio; precedent interpretation in France, Michel Troper and Christophe Grzegorczyk; precedent interpretation in Italy, Massimo La Torre and Michele Taruffo; precedent interpretation Norway, Svein Eng; precedent interpretation in Poland, Lech Morawski and Marek Zirk-Sadowski; precedent interpretation in Spain, Francisco J. Laporta and Alfonso Ruiz Miguel; precedent interpretation in Sweden, Gunnar Bergholtz and Aleksander Peczenick; precedent interpretation in the United Kingdom, Zenon Bankowski and D. Neil MacCormick; precedent interpretation in the United States, Robert S. Summers; precedent interpretation in European Community law, John J. Barcelo; institutional factors influencing precedents, Michele Taruffo; the binding force of precedent, Aleksander Peczenick; rationales for precedent, Zenon Bankowski, D. Neil MacCormick, Lech Morawski and Alfonzo Ruiz Miguel; what is binding in a precedent, Geoffrey Marshall; departures from precedent, Svein Eng and Robert S. Summers; further general reflections and conclusions, D. Neil MacCormick and Robert S. Summers.