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Author: Lorna Woods,Sabine Michalowski
ISBN13: 978-1855219205
Title: German Constitutional Law: The Protection of Civil Liberties
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Publisher: Dartmouth Pub Co (October 1, 1999)
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German Constitutional Law: The Protection of Civil Liberties by Lorna Woods,Sabine Michalowski

Dartmouth Publishing Company. ISBN 9781855219205, 1855219204. Uncontrolled Keywords: Law. Subjects: K Law K Law (General). Divisions: Faculty of Humanities Law, School of. Depositing User: Jake Newell.

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Sabine Michalowski and Lorna Woods, German Constitutional Law: The protection of civil liberties (1999). Matthias Reimann and Joachim Zekoll (ed., Introduction to German Law, 2nd ed. (2012). The third book of the German Civil Code (BGB) regulates the legal relations between persons and property, relating to both land and chattels. The most important legal relationship is ownership, but other limited rights also exist, such as a mortgage. The contents of these rights and the questions of how a person can acquire these rights, even from an unauthorised person, or lose them (for example through legal transactions or processing), are the areas of law regulated by the law of property, which are covered in the course.

Sabine Hake points out in her book how Meinhof‟s critical view, in reaction to the violence of the RAF, and its message, did not lead. freedom of speech forward. That can be seen as appropriate, since ultimately RAF caused harm to itself at the. end. It ceased to exist and to harm others due to the actions of the West German Federal Criminal Investigation. Even so one can see such extreme expression enabled, therefore part of a somewhat democratic society. Harvard University Press. Cambridge,Massachusetts 1993. Michalowski, Sabine and Lorna Woods. German Constitutional Law:the protection of civil. Ashgate/Dartmouth, 1999. Stolleis, Michael The Law under the Swastika. University of Chicago Press. org Daniel Domsheit-Berg.

This volume is primarily aimed at students studying German law. It should also be of interest to students of comparative law, academics working in the field of German constitutional, comparative law or German politics, and practising lawyers.