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COMMON LAW SUPREME COURTS. A COMPARATIVE APPROACH

Ovidiu-Horia MAICAN

 

Abstract

The biggest part of a Supreme Court’s activity is oriented to interpreting statutes and

regulations generated by the state.

In the common law countries we have a small ammount of time to solve the great disputes of

our time.

The modern statutory law has a negative effect for the common law.

In time, together with the separation of some former states from the United Kingdom,

constitutional changes enforced in these countries determined a gradual separation from the UK’s

judicial system.

Begining with the introduction of the Statute of Westminster in 1931, Australia, Canada, New

Zealand, the Republic of Ireland and South Africa acquired legislative powers equal to Britain.

This gave the possibility to these countries to make and enforce their own laws.

This has determined the creation of hybrid systems.

These judicial institutions do not follow the model of the UK system..

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THE EVOLUTION OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM IN ROMANIA

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CONSTITUTIONAL EVOLUTION OF ROMANIA

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COMMON LAW SUPREME COURTS. A COMPARATIVE APPROACH

Ovidiu-Horia MAICAN

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTIONS WITHIN ADMINISTRATIVE CONTRACTS: ATTRIBUTES AND ENFORCEMENTS

Mihaela V. CARAUSAN

THE ROMANIAN CRIMINAL LAW FROM THE GREAT UNION TO THE PRESENT DAY

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THE ROLE OF SOCIAL REACTION REFLECTED IN THE DINAMICS OF THE CRIMINAL CODES - PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE -

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TO VACCINATE OR NOT TO VACCINATE. BETWEEN MORAL AND CRIMINAL BOUNDARIES

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LEGAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE UNIFICATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA WITH ROMANIA. WILL THE HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF?

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LEX MERCATORIA, SOFT LAW AND A CLOSER APROACH OF UNIDROIT PRINCIPLES

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CIVIL LIABILITY - ETERNAL AND FASCINATING LADY OF CIVIL LAW

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CONSIDERATIONS ON THE LIQUIDATION AMONG THE HEIRS OF THE FUNERAL EXPENSES

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SOLVING WORK CONFLICTS. PAST AND FUTURE

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