Book 2009

One Country, Two Systems, Three Legal Orders - Perspectives of Evolution

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ISBN: 978-3-540-68571-5 (Print) 978-3-540-68572-2 (Online)

Table of contents (52 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

  2. Evolution and Interaction of the Three Legal Systems: Romano-Germanic, Common Law, Socialist

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      Pages 13-50

      The Intersection of Chinese Law and the Common Law in the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong: Question of Technique or Politics?

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      Pages 51-73

      Law of Things in the Macau Civil Code: An Extension of the Romano—Germanic System Built Upon the Classical Concept of Ownership

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      Pages 75-89

      Legal Transplants and Economic Development: Civil Law Vs. Common Law?

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      Pages 91-114

      Modernisation, Westernisation, and Globalisation: Legal Transplant in China

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      Pages 115-116

      Comments

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      Pages 117-118

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      Pages 119-141

      Scotland: The Constitutional Protection of a Mixed Legal System

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      Pages 143-170

      The South-Tyrol Autonomy in Italy

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      Pages 171-190

      The Europeanization of Law

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      Pages 191-206

      The Notion of Reparations as a Restorative Justice Measure

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      Pages 207-209

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      Pages 211-213

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  3. Evolution of the Judicial Systems — Role of Public Prosecution, Role of the Lawyers, Specialised Courts, Judicial Guarantees of Fundamental Rights

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      Pages 217-220

      Lawyers, the Protection of Human Rights and Harmonious Society

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      Pages 221-269

      The Judicial Guarantees of Fundamental Rights in the Macau Legal System: A Parcours Under the Focus of Continuity and of Autonomy

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      Pages 271-281

      Public Prosecution vis à vis the Protection of the Legal System and the Protection of Fundamental Human Rights

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      Pages 283-314

      International Criminal Procedure and the Protection of the Fundamental Rights of the Person

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      Pages 315-318

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      Pages 319-328

      Trend of Evolution of Chinese Mainland Prosecutorial System in the Context of Judicial Reform

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      Pages 329-337

      The Role of the Ombudsman in Defending Human Rights

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      Pages 339-357

      Domestic and International Judicial Protection of Fundamental Rights: A Latin American Comparative Perspective

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