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Call # K3240 .C677 2005
Title The constitution in private relations : expanding constitutionalism / edited by András Sajó and Renáta Uitz
Imprint Utrecht, The Netherlands : Eleven International Pub., c2005
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Descript. viii, 322 p. ; 25 cm
Series Issues in constitutional law ; v. 2
Note Includes bibliographical references
Erratum leaf inserted
Subject Civil rights
State action (Civil rights)
Constitutional law
Contents Yet another revival of horizontal effect of constitutional rights : why? and why now?--an introduction / Renáta Uitz -- The German Drittwirkung doctrine and its socio-political background / Ulrich Preuss -- The horizontalization of equality : the German attempt to promote non-discrimination in the private sphere via legislation / Georg Sommeregger -- Third party effect in the South African Constitution / Halton Cheadle -- Judicial enforcement of socio-economic rights : the Grootboom case / Albie Sachs -- Third party effect in Hungarian constitutional adjudication / Gábor Halmai -- Who needs a third party effect doctrine? : the case of France / Michel Troper -- Relations between private actors and the European Convention on Human Rights / Lech Garlicki -- Is there Drittwirkung in EU law? / Matej Avbelj -- Relationship between judicial review of legislation and the interpretation of non-constitutional law, with reference to third party effect / Mark Tushnet -- Constitutional rights and the common law / Cheryl Saunders -- Making constitutionalism horizontal : three different Central European strategies / Zdeněk Kühn -- What is so special about constitutional rights in private litigation? : A comparative analysis of the function of state action requirements and indirect horizontal effect / Mattias Kumm and Victor Ferreres Comella
Alt Author Sajó, András
Uitz, Renáta
Alt Title Expanding constitutionalism
OCLC # 62901019