31 December 2015

JOURNAL: Journal on European History of Law VI (2015), No. 2

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The Journal on European History of Law (ISSN 2042-6402) published the second issue of its fifth volume.

Research articles:
  • Diemut Majer, "Höchstgerichtsbarkeit in Deutschland im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert.Ein rechtshistorischer Rückblick (The Jurisdiction of the Constitutional Justice in Germanyin 19th and 20th Century. Legally-Historical View)"
  • Christoph Schmetterer: "Die Kompetenz zur Regelung des Militärstrafverfahrens in Österreich(-Ungarn)
    (The Competency to Enact Rules for Military Criminal Procedure in Austria(-Hungary)"
  • István Stipta: "Rituale Blutanklage in Ungarn im Jahre 1883 (Ritual blood libel in Hungary in 1883)"
  • Zoltán J. Tóth, "Statutory Regulation of Capital Punishment in Hungary during the Horthy Era and World War II"
  • Iván Halász: " The Institutional Framework and Methods of the Implementation of Soviet Legal Ideas in the Czechoslovakia and Hungary during Stalinism"
  • Ádám Rixer: "General and Legal Meaning of Civil Society in Hungary from the Beginning till 1989"
  • Anna Klimaszewka: " The Reception of the French Commercial Law on the Polish Lands in the First Half of the 19th Century"
  • Pawel Kacprzak: " Rechtliche und organisatorische Grundlagen des Funktionierens  der Arbeitslager in Polen in den Jahren 1945 – 1950 (The Legal and Organizational  Principles of the Labor Camps in Poland 1945 – the 1950s.)"
  • Karol Siemazsko: "Security of Post-German Movable Property in the First Years after the End  of World War II in the Light of Selected Cases Considered by the Regional Court  in Gorzów Wielkopolski"
  • Kamil Niewiński: "Solidarity and the Judiciary in the Polish People’s Republic in the Years 1980 – 1981"
  • Miriam Laclavíková, Adriana Švecová: "Attempts to Unify and Codify Private Law during  the Period of the Inter-war Czechoslovak Republic"
  • Ján Štefanica: "Selected Aspects of the Creation and Development of the Rules  of International Law for the Prosecution of War Criminals"
  • Dmitry Poldnikov: "Magna Carta: Disentangling History from Myth in Russia"
  • Katrin Treska, Engjëll Likmeta: "The Funds for the Execution of Obligations (Contract) according to the Albanian Customary Law"
  • Iván Siklósi: " Treasure Trove in Roman Law, in Legal History, and in Modern Legal Systems. A Brief Summary"
  • Miklós Kelemen: "Veränderung der Beschaffenheit der „annona militaris“ in der späten Kaiserzeit 
    (The Meaning Changes of the Annona Militaris in the Later Roman Empire)"
  • János Erdődy: " The Regula “nasciturus pro iam nato habetur” and the Appearance of the Expression “mulieris portio” in the Digest and its Consequences"
  • Pál Sáry: "The Rules of Condemnation to the Mines in Imperial Rome"
  • József Benke: " What Would ‘Praetor Paulus’ Do in ‘Post-Lehman’ World? A Comparative Analysis of Lawmakers’ Responses to the Spreading Practice of Fraudulent Transfers’  Novel Ruses in Late Roman Republic’s Liquidity Crisis and in 21st Century Hungarian ‘Post-Lehman’ Crunch: Some Morals of the ‘Paulian Action"
  • Adolfo A. Diaz Bautista Cremades: "Notes about Sport Finance in Rome"
  • Michael Conforti: "John Wilkes, the Wilkite Lawyers and Locke’s Appeal to Law"
  • Jiří Bílý: " Marxism in the West Thought Interpretation of Law in Postwar Period"
  • Jacek Zieliński: "Myth of the Truth in the Heterogeneous Society"
Book reviews:
  • Fenyvesi Csaba: A kriminalisztika tendenciái. A bűnügyi nyomozás múltja, jelene, jövője Iole Fargnoli/Stefan Rebenich (Hrsg.): Theodor Mommsen und die Bedeutung des Römischen Rechts  [Tendencies in Criminalistics: The Past, Present and Future of Criminal Investigation].
  • Martin Löhnig (Hrsg.): Zwischenzeit. Rechtsgeschichte der Besatzungsjahre Gerald Mund (Hrsg.): Deutschland und das Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren.  Aus den deutschen diplomatischen Akten von 1939 bis 1945
  • Susanne Lösch: Die coniunctio in testamentarischen Verfügungen des klassischen römischen Rechts
  • Anna Margarete Seelentag: Ius pontificium cum iure civili coniunctum. Das Recht der Arrogation in klassischer Zeit
The whole issue can be consulted in open acces here.

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