Europeanisation effects in the court jurisprudence

Nowadays, the notion of Europeanisation, which has formerly been used as a description for multi-level governance, prevails also in the area of law. Legal Europeanisation is a process that appears in the interactions of legal systems of the Member States between one another, as well as between Europ...

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Main Author: Gombos Katalin
Format: Article
Published: 2019
Series:INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW REVIEW 19 No. 1
doi:10.2478/iclr-2018-0059

mtmt:30843953
Online Access:http://publicatio.bibl.u-szeged.hu/17460
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Summary:Nowadays, the notion of Europeanisation, which has formerly been used as a description for multi-level governance, prevails also in the area of law. Legal Europeanisation is a process that appears in the interactions of legal systems of the Member States between one another, as well as between European law and the laws of the Member States. Its main area is the appearance of European legal elements in the legal practice of Member States. At some point, the court practice of Member States may affect European law, as well. Due to the occurrence of comparative law elements, interactions can be observed between courts in the EU. According to our basic premise, the interactions can be best observed through the practice of different courts. This article aims to prove this premise by establishing different guiding principles through further Hungarian court decisions in the field of civil law.
Physical Description:261-275
ISSN:1213-8770