Entscheidungen des Bundesverfassungsgerichts (BVerfGE) 978-3-16-148651-7 - Mohr Siebeck
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Entscheidungen des Bundesverfassungsgerichts (BVerfGE)

Band 111

[The collection of cases decided by the German Federal Constitutional Court (FCC).]

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The collection of cases decided by the German Federal Constitutional Court (FCC) is among the most influential and most-cited periodicals of German jurisprudence. It contains all senate decisions by the Federal Constitutional Court in unabridged edition. Initiated upon the Court's establishment in 1951, the collection is now updated several times a year. Known to every German lawyer under its abbreviation »BVerfGE«, the collection is often considered the authoritative »official court report«. Its highlights include the five most-cited German court decisions – on the 1987 census (BVerfGE 65, 1), on Hamburg senator Lüth's call for a film boycott 1958 (BVerfGE 7, 198), on the fast breeder reactor in Kalkar 1972 (BVerfGE 49, 89), on the legality of abortion (BVerfGE 39, 1) and on the Worker Codetermination Act 1976 (BVerfGE 50, 290).
The collection of cases decided by the German Federal Constitutional Court (FCC) is among the most influential and most-cited periodicals of German jurisprudence. It contains all senate decisions by the Federal Constitutional Court in unabridged edition. Initiated upon the Court's establishment in 1951, the collection is now updated several times a year. Known to every German lawyer under its abbreviation »BVerfGE«, the collection is often considered the authoritative »official court report«. Its highlights include the five most-cited German court decisions – on the 1987 census (BVerfGE 65, 1), on Hamburg senator Lüth's call for a film boycott 1958 (BVerfGE 7, 198), on the fast breeder reactor in Kalkar 1972 (BVerfGE 49, 89), on the legality of abortion (BVerfGE 39, 1) and on the Worker Codetermination Act 1976 (BVerfGE 50, 290).
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