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  1. This book explores the international legal framework governing the crime and human rights violation of enforced disappearance. It includes a thorough analysis and comparison of the existing international human rights case law and an assessment of the rules of international humanitarian law and international criminal law applicable to enforced disappearance.
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    €75.-

  2. 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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    €50.-

  3. 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.-

  4. 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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    €60.-

  5. 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.-

  6. This book provides an insight into the investigative stage of the criminal process and, in particular, the legal protection of persons suspected of crime, in a number of EU countries: Belgium, England and Wales, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland.
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    €60.-

  7. The main objective of this volume is to instigate an in-depth discussion regarding various facets of the convergence/divergence discord in the field of family law.
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    €53.-

  8. This book contains the contributions to the third CEFL conference which took place in Oslo in June 2007. The general topic European Challenges in Contemporary Family Law has been divided into five themes: • The Harmonisation of Family Law • Children and Their Parents • Irregular Marriages and the Influence of Multiculturalism • (Property) Relations between Spouses and Cohabitants • Cross-Border Family Relationships.
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    €76.-
  9. Romanian Industrial Relations Law

    Publication date: August 10, 2007

    This book aims to offer an overview of the Romanian Industrial Relations Law emphasizing its particularities within the other European systems and the effects of the recent integration in European Union. It is the first publication to offer a thorough discussion of Romanian industrial relations law.
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    €33.-

  10. This casebook addresses the following questions. What aspects of social security are covered by the European Convention on Human Rights? What obligations does a State have in the field of social security to safeguard the rights guaranteed in the Convention? To what extent can a national right to a social security benefit constitute a civil right or even a property right as protected by the Convention?
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    €69.-
 
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