Common European Procedural Law: European Law Requirements Imposed on National Administration of Justice
The rules governing proceedings before national courts are no longer supremely national. To an increasing extent European law provisions are setting up requirements stemming from the EC Treaty, the Brussels Convention on mutual recognition of judgments and from the European Convention on Human Rights with its demand for fair a trial.
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