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This text is part of a series of introductory books to the laws of various countries. These provide academics, lawyers, businessmen, government officials and students with a basic knowledge of legal concepts of a particular country, in this case Hungary, with special emphasis on practical issues.
Hungary, which is the first Eastern European country included in the series, chose a new form of government in the early 1990s. Consequently the legal system and the laws of the country are still in a state of adaptation in the late 1990s. The historical connection to the Civil Law worlds however, is enabling Hungary to overcome the legal gap caused by political developments after the Second World War in a relatively short period of time.
The text gives a comprehensive overview of most areas of law, from constitutional law and administrative law to business law and labour law.