In Part II, I critically analyze a series of recent Canadian cases that have addressed the procedural law
of judicial review of administrative action in light of the considerations set out in Part I.
In his monograph "Administrative procedural law
(6.) Rosalie Jukier, Quebec Procedural Law
as a Microcosm of Mixity: Implications for Legal Pedagogy, Judicial Decision-Making, and Law Reform, 62 LOY.
This is a mandatory provision found at Article 212(5) of the Procedural Law
. Best practice is for either a copy of the arbitration agreement to be attached to the award and/or for it to be written out in full in the body of the award.
The current study has extended past research by elucidating the interaction between procedural law
and substantive law, the substance of private law, the normative heritage of European private law, and the European Union's use of private law as a means of economic regulation.
Daranga, Niculae Alin (2006), Romanian Criminal Procedural Law
. Constantza: Dacris Publishing House.
The broad conception of fairness embodied in procedural law
is likely to be more widely held than the norms underlying particular substantive rules; even pluralistic societies tend to share common conceptions of fairness.
The Committee also continued discussing draft law amending article (391) of the same decree-law (Decree Law 54 for the year 2006 on Criminal Procedural Law
The goal of Case Karlsson is to ensure that the students participating in Procedural Law
courses will receive hands-on experience of Procedural Law
in a pedagogic manner and also with the help of an information technology tool.
"I understand this to mean that the LRDC is empowered to research and examine both the substantive and procedural law
, and recommend its reform or further development.
The substantive implications of procedural law
are well understood.
It was during such talks that I discovered Geoff as a "curious American." Actually, Geoff was not--and is not--a true comparativist in the procedural domain: he is "truly American," which probably is a precondition for being, as he is and has been for decades, one of the most prominent scholars of American procedural law
. But--and this is the peculiar feature that makes him different from most American lawyers--he is not U.S.