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  1. This comparative work looks at approaches to judicial administration in France and the Netherlands within the frameworks of the judicial systems and constitutional law. It explores the possibility of creating a normative way of assessing the quality of the judicial organization.
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  2. This second volume emphasises implementation issues. It begins with a series of reviews of how different academic disciplines which influence the agenda for development have embraced or rejected human rights dimensions in their scholarly discourse and practical advice to governments. This is followed by concrete examples;
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    €49.-

  3. This edited volume seeks to test the Principles of European Family Law Regarding Divorce and Maintenance Between Former Spouses in a range of legal systems, Malta, Estonia, Lithuania and Turkey; and in so doing to assess these legal systems in view of the Principles, and the Principles in view of these legal systems.
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  4. The Brussels II bis Regulation contains uniform rules for jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement of judgments in matrimonial matters and in matters of parental responsibility. This book addresses the impact and application of the new rules in the form of national reports.
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    €67.-

  5. In these Principles, the CEFL has developed a comprehensive and original set of rules in the field of parental responsibilities based on respect for the rights of the child, non-discrimination and, as far as possible, self-determination. In their provisions on specific issues the Principles opt for solutions which seem to be workable and shall avoid unnecessary hardship and disputes.
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  6. Repairing the Past?

    Publication date: April 4, 2007

    The aim of this book is to stimulate debate on the issue of reparations for gross violations of human rights, in the hope that it will lead to increased visibility for the many deserving groups striving for some form of meaningful recognition or recompense for past injustices visited upon them. The book is eclectic in nature, being made up of contributions by a range of outstanding academics and practitioners from around the world.
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    €89.-

  7. This book comprises the contributions made to a session on “Tensions between legal, biological and social conceptions of parentage”, discussing the major developments in the law of parents and children, at the XVIIth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, 16–22 July 2006, Utrecht, the Netherlands.
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    €69.-

  8. Despite the tragic death toll, massive displacement, alleged genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes, the Sudanese conflicts have neither featured in the legal literature nor been mentioned in the practice of international Tribunals. This book aims to rectify this by focusing on the ‘Sudan’s armed conflicts’ as a case study.
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  9. Unravelling Sovereignty

    Publication date: July 2, 2007

    This book questions the continued relevance of sovereignty to determine the nature of legal personality, the capacity to create international law, and the location of authority over territory. These issues are examined in the light of the activities of non-state actors.
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    €49.50

  10. The present book brings together views and ideas regarding dispute resolution in modern societies from some old, some new and some future Member States of the European Union. The underlying assumption of the book is that both types of dispute resolution mechanisms – public justice and private justice – collaborate and contribute to the same goal, i.e. the establishment of a fair and effective justice system.
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