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European and National Law in History and Future: Some German Perspectives

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This chapter talks about the relationship between European law and national law and their respective development in the future. The European legal history and traditions are rich of treasures and pre-requisites to build up something reasonable. The chapter summarises some statements. The scientific analysis must thoroughly work out the genesis and function of the older legal institutes, so that the European jurisprudence will contribute to the growth of genuine European law. The supranational law is a new category of law above the national level, which will increase quicker than the national law. The chapter shows a few fields of legal harmonisation, seen from a German perspective. The implementation of the equality regulations and directives in the German civil code was insufficient and many times the German legislator therefore had to change the Articles in the German civil Code.

Keywords: European jurisprudence; European law; German civil code; German perspectives; national law; supranational law



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