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AuthorMann, Clarence J. author
TitleThe Function of Judicial Decision in European Economic Integration [electronic resource] / by Clarence J. Mann
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1972
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-9483-9
Descript XVI, 567 p. 2 illus., 1 illus. in color. online resource

SUMMARY

The present generation lives in a time of transition. The isolated national legal order, the supreme idea of 19th Century legal science, begins to be superseded by the evolution of a wider international and transnational netยญ work of legal rules and conceptions. With the recognition of a fundamental guarantee of human rights as a binding ingredient of the framework of interยญ national law, the strict separation of the internal system of the states from the international community is transcended. To this extent, the rules of international law now exercise a direct influence upon the national legal order. In some conventional arrangements safeguarding human rights, the individual is given direct access to international protection against his own state. The piercing of national borders by transnational norms finds its strongest expression in the formation of regional communities of states which seek to develop a common fund of legal rules, concepts and principles among their members. The leading role in this direction lies with European organizations. In the Community formed by the signatories of the European Convention on Human Rights, the members accept for themselves a stanยญ dard of legal guarantees for fundamental rights of the individual laid down in the Convention. The organs of the Convention, including the Court and foremost the Commission, fulfill their tasks by measuring the national laws of the member states against the basic requirements embodied in the Euroยญ pean Convention


CONTENT

One The Organizational Framework of the Court of Justice Chapter -- I: The Legal Character of the Communities -- II: The Jurisdiction of the Court -- Two The Theoretical Foundations of Judicial Decision -- III: The Concept of Law in Judicial Decision -- IV: The Institutional Foundations of Judicial Decision -- Three The Jurisprudence of the Court -- V: The Search for Purpose -- VI: The Search for Authority -- VII: The Search for Practicability -- Conclusions -- Abbreviations -- Index of Court Decisions -- Index of Treaty Articles -- Index of Subject and Author


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