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Revisiting procedural human rights : fundamentals of civil procedure and the changing face of civil justice

Author: Alan Uzelac; C H van Rhee; Maastrichts Europees Instituut voor Transnationaal Rechtswetenschappelijk Onderzoek.
Publisher: Cambridge : Intersentia, [2017] ©2017
Series: Ius commune europaeum, 157.
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"The idea of human rights as fundamental rights of every person is certainly one of the most powerful ideas of our modern age. Since the American and French revolutions, human rights have been the strongest link between law and democracy. They have played a crucial role when defining notions of constitutionalism and the rule of law. While some human rights have been made famous in national mottos such as the French  Read more...
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Revisiting procedural human rights.
Cambridge : Intersentia, [2017]
(DLC) 2017298120
(OCoLC)989967969
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alan Uzelac; C H van Rhee; Maastrichts Europees Instituut voor Transnationaal Rechtswetenschappelijk Onderzoek.
ISBN: 9781780687346 1780687346
OCLC Number: 1061503873
Notes: "metro."
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 335 pages)
Contents: Revisiting Procedural Human Rights. Fundamentals of Civil Procedure and the Changing Face of Civil Justice --
Inconsistency of Case Law and the Right to a Fair Trial --
Misgivings about American Exceptionalism : Court Access as a Zero-Sum --
Should Fair Trial Rights be Redefined? Civil Litigation as a Societal Discission --
Doing Justice : Chinese Civil Procedure and its Reform --
Presumption of Innocence in Civil Cases --
Fighting Recession at the Expense of Access to Justice :The Case of the Croatian Financial Operations and Pre-Bankruptcy Settlement Act --
Right Principles, What Outcome? Fundamental Procedural Rights and their Implementation in Romanian Civil Procedure and Other Legal Systems --
What is happening to Fundamental Procedureal Guarentees in the Area of Civil Justice? A View from South Africa --
Judicial Reform in Russia and Its Impact on Procedural Human Rights and Access to Justice --
Conditions of Admissibility and Access to Justice : A Slovenian Perspective --
Wheels of History : Fair Trial Rigths in Historical Perspective --
Access to Justice by Means of Arbitration in Roman Law --
Civil Procedure Aspects of Retroactivity : Historical and Comparative Perspectives --
Equal Justice for All : Empirical and Normative Approaches to Legal Aid and Assistance in Civil and Administrative --
Paradox of Access to Justice : Empirical Research into the Attitude of the Cantonal Judge towards Unrepresented Parties in Dutch Civil Procedure --
Access to Justice in Administrative Cases : An Analysis of Cases of the Zagreb Legal Clinic --
Are Financial Burdens Preventing Access to Justice in Southeast European Judicial Systems?
Series Title: Ius commune europaeum, 157.
Responsibility: editors: a. uzelac, c.h. van rhee.

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"The idea of human rights as fundamental rights of every person is certainly one of the most powerful ideas of our modern age. Since the American and French revolutions, human rights have been the strongest link between law and democracy. They have played a crucial role when defining notions of constitutionalism and the rule of law. While some human rights have been made famous in national mottos such as the French liberté, égalité et fraternité, other human rights have not attracted such attention. Generally, substantive human rights have been discussed and appreciated more than procedural human rights. Yet, without an effective and well-balanced set of procedural rights, the substantive rights and freedoms of almost any person or business would not enjoy effective protection before the courts of law. Based on the wish to reopen an international comparative discussion on fundamental notions of civil procedure, this book offers a number of insights into procedural human rights from different jurisdictions and different points of view. While some previous studies focused on Northern Europe, many of the authors in this book come from Southern and Eastern Europe, areas where a common understanding of procedural human rights may be an even more pressing necessity"--Back cover.

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