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adaptation (CCCA). The paper concludes with a plea to strengthen CCCA as a plausible strategy to protect the rights of the climate-displaced persons, and the creation of an international fund to assist them in rebuilding their lives. II Climate Change and Sea Level Rise: Classifying the Climate Displaced

In: Global Journal of Comparative Law

relationship between the two doctrines and good faith. Section six evaluates the re-adaptation and negotiation mechanism as the major tool through which contractual equilibrium can be restored in the face of a hardship event. There will be comparative reference to common law and civil law positions on the

In: Global Journal of Comparative Law
Author: Elise Poillot

focus, with a special interest for the French and Luxembourg ones – requires some adaptations. Among these adaptations, one main point certainly is the necessity of building a bridge between legal clinical experiences and legal fundamental research. Whatever the adaptations may be, to build our own

In: European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance
Author: Jaakko Husa

part of the common law understanding of constitution and constitutionalism. As described by T.R.S. Allan , against the backdrop of British constitutionalism, ‘the content of law is always a question of moral or political principle, adapted to a specific legal context’. 31 So, adaptation to the facts

In: European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance

the word ‘impediment’ is broader in its scope than absolute impossibility of performance. 76 The reasoning may appear to be more progressive, for the court held that even though Article 79 governs ‘changed circumstances’, it does not make clear how the consequent adaptations are to be made, and hence

In: Global Journal of Comparative Law
Author: Mónika Józon

versus adaptation). (c) compatibility of the rules received from Quebec law with other foreign influences. (d) effects of the specific legal institutions or provisions/aspects of provisions borrowed from Quebec law into the overall concept of the new domestic legal institution. The Characteristics of

In: European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance

destruction of the temple and the dispersion of the Jewish people across North Africa and Europe, 23 Cover describes a telling conceptual adaptation in Jewish Law which developed in less than two centuries. That adaptation was expressed in the thought of Rabbi Simeon ben Gamaliel. For Simeone ben

In: Global Journal of Comparative Law
Author: Ragna Aarli

the bulk of the expenses. One argument supporting the assumption that professional judiciaries are more susceptible to smooth adaptation of court management is that the trust in prior professionalism and lack of institutional obligations and restraints make the organisation more susceptible to changes

In: Courts in Evolving Societies
Author: Mitja Kovac

are fulfilled, the beneficial features of indefinite and fixed-term contracts. Namely, such a contract at the same time provides protection to the promisor, alleviating the hold-up problem and securing an efficient amount of relation-specific investment. By enabling adaptation to changing market

In: Global Journal of Comparative Law
Author: Jaakko Husa

region containing endemic species is isolated. In practice, this means that it is difficult for the endemic species to spread to other areas. It may also be the case that in order to cope with their unusual environment, species have developed unique local adaptations. . Biologists also pay attention to

In: Global Journal of Comparative Law