The Israeli Legal System

Author: Marcia Gelpe
ISBN: 9781594608681
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This book presents and analyzes the prominent features of the Israeli legal system, emphasizing the ways in which it differs significantly from American law.

Justice For All

Author: Arye Rattner
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275959081
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Examines Israel's criminal justice system in the context of the volatile relationship between Jews and Arabs.

Aufbruch Nach Europa

Author: Jürgen Basedow
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
ISBN: 9783161476303
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75 Jahre Max-Planck-Institut für Privatrecht Jürgen Basedow. The Expansion of
Israeli Unjust Enrichment Law: The Mixed Blessings of a Mixed Legal System
TALIA EINHORN I. The Contours of Israeli Contract Law: A View of King David's
Citadel II. A View of the Citadel from the Israel Supreme Court III. The View of the
C itadel from the Cellar of the Max Planck Institute in Hamburg 1. The
concurrence of contracts and unjust enrichment 2. The application of a "
disgorgement principle" to ...

Jewish And Israeli Law An Introduction

Author: Shimon Shetreet
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3899497945
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enced by both civil and common law traditions, and Israel is classified as a mixed
jurisdiction. Common law influences manifest themselves most prevalently in the
court systems. Judicial decisions are considered a source of law and form Israeli
common law. Therefore, precedent, judicial procedure, and decision making are
very important to Israeli courts. The Supreme Court gives great importance to its
previous decisions, but is not bound by its own precedent. The Supreme Court ...

Mixed Legal Systems East And West

Author: Vernon Valentine Palmer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317095375
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Chapter 9 “I'm in the East, but My Law Is from the West”: The EastWest Dilemma
in the Israeli Mixed Legal System Nir Kedar Israel is counted among the “
classical mixed jurisdictions” that suits F.P. Walton's definition from the beginning
of the twentieth century: “Mixed jurisdictions are legal systems in which the
RomanoGermanic tradition has become suffused to some degree by
AngloAmerican law” (Walton [1907] 1980:1, as cited in Tetley 1999; see also
Walton 1899: 291; Palmer ...