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by Elies Steyger

  • Author: Elies Steyger
  • ISBN: 1855219484
  • ISBN13: 978-1855219489
  • ePub: 1653 kb | FB2: 1125 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Legal Theory & Systems
  • Publisher: Dartmouth Pub Co (June 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 286
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National Traditions and European Community Law: Margarine and Marriage ePub download

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This work considers the effects European Community laws have on national traditions. Even with its limited application, Community law has already abolished several accepted national practices, such as requirements with regard to nationality for eligibility for certain jobs.

National Traditions and European Community Law: Margarine and Marriage by Elies Steyger.

As a woman in an illegal marriage, publishing under a male pseudonym, George Eliot was one of the most successful yet controversial writers of the Victorian period. Today she is considered a key figure for women's writing and her novels, including The Mill on the Floss and Middlemarch, are commonly ranked as literary classics. National Traditions and European Community Law: Margarine and Marriage by Elies Steyger January 1997.

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National Traditions and European Community Law: Margarine and Marriage by Elies Steyger. Thirty-Fourth Selected Biography on Computers, Technology and the Law (January 2001 through December 2001) By Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal, Vol. 28, No. 2, Summer 2002. Thirty-Sixth Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology and the Law (January 2003 through December 2003) By Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal, Vol. 30, No. 2, Summer 2004.

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STEYGER, E. WALLACE, H. "The impact of the European communities on national policy-making", Government and Opposition, 6, 4 (1971): 520-538. WEBBER, Douglas (e. Brookfield: Dartmouth, 1997. The Franco-German relationship in the European Union. London: Routledge, 1999. Community, member states and European integration: is the law relevant?", Journal of Common Market Studies, 21 (1), 1982: 39-56. WESSELS, Wolfgang, Andrea MAURER and Jürgen MITTAG (ed.

Marriage law, the body of legal specifications and requirements and other laws that regulate the initiation .

Marriage law, the body of legal specifications and requirements and other laws that regulate the initiation, continuation, and validity of marriages. Marriage is a legally sanctioned union usually between one man and one woman. Beginning with the Netherlands in 2001, a number of countries as well as several . states have also legalized same-sex marriage. These generalizations notwithstanding, every past or present society has had its own concept of marriage, and many have created marriage laws that reflect their particular cultural standards and expectations concerning the institution. Ancient Roman law recognized three forms of marriage.

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Invented traditions are a central component of modern national cultures . Tradition should be differentiated from customs, conventions, laws, norms.

Invented traditions are a central component of modern national cultures, providing a commonality of experience and promoting the unified national identity espoused by nationalism. Common examples include public holidays (particularly those unique to a particular nation), the singing of national anthems, and traditional national cuisine (see national dish). In 1981 Edward Shils in his book Tradition put forward a definition of tradition that became universally accepted  .

This work considers the effects European Community laws have on national traditions. Even with its limited application, Community law has already abolished several accepted national practices, such as requirements with regard to nationality for eligibility for certain jobs.
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