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International Encyclopaedia of Laws: Constitutional Law

International Encyclopaedia of Laws: Constitutional Law

Edited by André Alen , David Haljan
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This is the online version of the 11-volume looseleaf: International Encyclopaedia of Laws: Constitutional Law.

This set of volumes in the International Encyclopaedia of Laws presents a country-by-country survey of constitutional law throughout the world, and is also in the process of publishing, in one source, all of the constitutions of the world in English translations. Each national monograph includes detailed information of the country’s political system, historical background, sources of constitutional law, form of government (outlining the legal status, the competence and the working of central state powers, etc.), state form and subdivisions of the state, component states and decentralized authorities, citizenship (especially nationality and the legal position of aliens), and specific problems such as foreign relations, taxing and spending power, emergency laws, the power of the military, and the constitutional relation between Church and State.

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Last Updated 06/01/1991
Update Frequency Updated 6 times annually
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789065449443
SKU 10059238-0001
Table of Contents

Current Contents

FRONT MATTER: International Advisory Board; Encyclopaedias and Editors; Introducing the International Encyclopaedia of Laws; Curriculum Vitae of the General Editor.

GENERAL SECTION: List of Contributors; Introducing the

International Encyclopaedia of Constitutional Law; Curriculum Vitae of the Editor.

Each monograph follows the outline below:

Introduction. The Authors. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations. Preface. General Introduction. Selected Bibliography.

Part I: Sources of Constitutional Law (Notion and Hierarchy). 1. Treaties. 2. Constitution. 3. Legislation and Equivalent Legislative Rules. 4. Jurisprudence. 5. Customary Law, Unwritten Law, General Principles of Law. 6. Administrative Regulations and Orders. 7. Codification, Interpretation and Publication.

Part II: Form of Government. 1. General. 2. Head of State. 3. The Legislature. 4. The Executive. 5. The Judiciary. 6. Independent Non-political Bodies in the Legislative or Executive Branch with an Advisory or Supervisory Task.

Part III: The State and its Subdivisions. 1. State Form. 2. Component States or Entities. 3. Decentralized Authorities.

Part IV: Citizenship and the Administration of Justice. 1. Rules Concerning Nationality and Relevance of Nationality. 2. Fundamental Rights and Liberties. 3. Constitutional Problems of Minorities. 4. Judicial Control of Administrative Action. 5. Legal Position of Aliens.

Part V: Specific Problems. 1. War, Treaty, and Foreign Affairs Powers. 2. Taxing and Spending Power. 3. Emergency Laws. 4. The Power of the Military. 5. The Constitutional Relationship Between Church and State. Index.

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