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Case Law

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Case Law - ISBN: 9783428122165
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Bindwijze: Boek, Paperback (22-01-2021)
Genre: Criminologie
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Beschrijving

Although the problem of ratio decidendi concerns the essence of law and justice, very little comparative work between the Continental and Anglo-American legal systems has been done on the topic. Legal literature often repeats that it is one of the sharpest points of contrast between the two legal cultures. Within the English speaking legal system, multiple opinions, both concurring and dissenting, prevail where dissent among Continental judges only occurs behind closed doors: the published decision indeed is always presented as the single and incontestable opinion of the whole court. Historical reasons are generally put forward to explain that contrast. Where in the Anglo-American Common Law system judges are asked - and always have been asked - to present the materials and reasons upon which they based their judicial opinions, in Ancien Régime continental Europe it was not considered necessary to formulate the reasons of a decision and in most courts of the European Continent it was even formally forbidden to the judges, until the end of the eighteenth century, to write down or even communicate orally "the secrets of their discussions and deliberations".
To comparatists, this reveals two different cultures among judges and lawyers. In Continental Europe there is much emphasis on the idea of judging as a science which can be learned and reproduced with an impersonal rigour. The Anglo-American judge is not considered to be such a trained scientist, he is merely a practised craftsman. Can the history of ratio decidendi - but also the history of law and justice from the Middle Ages to the nineteenth century - therefore be reduced to a total contradiction between two legal cultures?

Details

Titel: Case Law
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Paperback
Taal: Duits
Aantal pagina's: 291
Uitgever: Duncker & Humblot
Plaats van publicatie: Berlijn
Publicatiedatum: 2006
NUR: Criminologie
Collectie: Ratio decidendi Vol.1
Afmetingen: 234 x 158 x 16
Gewicht: 398 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 342812216X
ISBN/ISBN13: 9783428122165
Intern nummer: 7291674

Extra informatie

Although the problem of ratio decidendi concerns the essence of law and justice, very little comparative work between the Continental and Anglo-American legal systems has been done on the topic. Legal literature often repeats that it is one of the sharpest points of contrast between the two legal cultures. Within the English speaking legal system, multiple opinions, both concurring and dissenting, prevail where dissent among Continental judges only occurs behind closed doors: the published decision indeed is always presented as the single and incontestable opinion of the whole court. Historical reasons are generally put forward to explain that contrast. Where in the Anglo-American Common Law system judges are asked - and always have been asked - to present the materials and reasons upon which they based their judicial opinions, in Ancien Regime continental Europe it was not considered necessary to formulate the reasons of a decision and in most courts of the European Continent itwas even formally forbidden to the judges, until the end of the eighteenth century, to write down or even communicate orally"the secrets of their discussions and deliberations".

Inhoudsopgave

L. Winkel, Ratio Decidendi: Legal Reasoning in Roman Law §- J. Hilaire, Ratio decidendi au Parlement de Paris d'apres les registres d'Olim (1254-1318 §- P. Brand, Reasoned Judgments in the English Medieval Common Law 1270 to 1307 §- R. H. Helmholz, The Ratio Decidendi in England: Evidence from the Civilian Tradition §- V. Demars-Sion / S. Dauchy, La non motivation des decisions judiciaires dans l'ancien droit français; un usage controverse §- J. Finlay, Ratio Decidendi in Scotland 1650 to 1800 §- J. Oldham, Lord Mansfield, Stare Decisis, and the Ratio Decidendi 1756 to 1788 §- J. T. Wren, The Common Law of England in Virginia 1776 to 1830 §- C. F. Hobson, Precedent, Statute, and Law in John Marshall's Jurisprudence 1801 to 1835 §- J.-L. Halperin, The Court of Cassation in Nineteenth-Century France and the Binding Effect of Rationes Decidendi §- G. Martyn, The Judge and the Formal Sources of Law in the Low Countries (19th-20th Centuries): From'Slave'to'Master'? §- M. C. Mirow, Case Law in Mexico 1861 to 1919. The Work of Ignacio Luis Vallarta §- B. Durand, Motivations des decisions de justice et controle des motifs, la pratique judiciaire coloniale sous la troisieme Republique §- K. W. Nörr, Zur Bindungswirkung von Entscheidungsgründen, das Beispiel des deutschen Bundesverfassungsgerichts §- W. H. Bryson, Summary Conclusion

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