Browsing Journals by Subject "Judicial review"
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(2017-05-16)This contribution reviews the book entitled Against the New Constitutionalism authored by Tamas Gyorfi. He challenges the pivotal role given to judges in constitutional adjudication.
(2015)The Constitutional Court is the highest court in all constitutional matters and thus decides appeals from other courts in disputes involving natural and juristic persons and the state, including criminal matters, if the ...
What happens when the judiciary switches roles with the legislator? An innovative Israeli version of a mixed jurisdiction (2012)Civil Law codices are analytic, abstract and removed from the specific influence of particular cases. When rules are codified In Common Law systems they reflect a collection of rulings and not a collection of analytic ...
When certainty and legality collide: The efficacy of interdictory relief for the cessation of building works pending review proceedings (North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus), Faculty of Law, 2010)Effective legal redress against unlawful building works or construction activities can be an elusive target. Given the desirability of legal certainty attached to administrative decisions in terms of which building plans ...