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Judicial Application of International and EU Law in Croatia

  • Ivana BožacEmail author
  • Melita Carević

Abstract

After years of development, various instruments of international and EU law have built strong guarantees for the protection of individual rights, ranging from fundamental human rights to fundamental market freedoms. However, the best law can at the same time be the worst if it is not applied in practice. Therefore, the aim of this chapter is to look at how international and EU law are actually applied in the European Union’s newest Member State, the Republic of Croatia.

Keywords

National Court International Treaty Hague Convention Official Gazette Judicial Cooperation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Court of Justice of the European UnionKirchbergLuxembourg
  2. 2.University of Zagreb Law SchoolZagrebCroatia

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