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§ 2 Judges as Key Players in the Development of European Private Law

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Under Art. 202(1) Const. “The courts are the entities that exercise sovereignty with the competence to administer justice in the name of the people”. Several national legal regulations provide for the way in which courts are to administer justice.

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