Cassation in French and Greek Civil Procedural Law
A comparative approach to the conditions of recourse and administration of justice in the highest civil courts of two European countries, which, although belonging to the family of so-called continental law, and in particular the civil code, do not have the same procedural and judicial traditions, is undoubtedly a challenging task.
In the following essays, the reader will find useful analyses of Greek and French procedural law in English, a language neutral to the communication between the jurists of the two jurisdictions, which is in itself a challenging exercise. For, both in the practice of the Greek Areios Pagos and, especially, of the French Cour de cassation, linguistic patterns are very important not only for the functioning of these jurisdictions, but also for the law itself.
Γράφουν: Frederique Ferrand || Lucie Mayer || Βεζυρτζή, Αναστασία || Γκλαβίνης, Παναγιώτης || Δεληκωστόπουλος, Ιωάννης Στ. || Διαμαντόπουλος, Γιώργος || Μακρίδου, Καλλιόπη Θ. || Πλεύρη, Άννα || Τσικρικάς, Δημήτριος Α.
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