The Limitation of human rights in comparative constitutional law = La limitation des droits de l"homme en droit constitutionnel comparé

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  • Canada -- Constitutional law.,
  • Constitutional law.,
  • Civil rights -- Canada.,
  • Civil rights.,
  • Canada -- Droit constitutionnel.,
  • Droit constitutionnel.,
  • Droits de l"homme -- Canada.,
  • Droits de l"homme.

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Statementedited by Armand de Mestral ... [et al.] = sous la direction de Armand de Mestral ... [et al.].
ContributionsDe Mestral, Armand L. C.
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LC ClassificationsK3237 .L552 1986
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Pagination593 p
Number of Pages593
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Open LibraryOL19711422M
ISBN 102890735907

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Based on papers presented at a conference held under the auspices of the Institute of Comparative Law of the Faculty of Law of McGill University, May   Limitation of Human Rights in Comparative Constitutional Law by Armand L.

De Mestral,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Abstract. Most modern constitutional rights instruments subject the rights they protect to limitation. Insofar as these Charters and Conventions are justiciable, they have conferred on courts the power and responsibility to interpret not only the rights granted, but also the limitations by: 3.

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The Debate between Justice Scalia and Justice Breyer 9 Notes 17 B. Skepticism 18 Notes 19 II. History, International Human Rights, and New Constitutions 19 A. World War II 20 B. Decolonization 21 of. Chapter 1. Scope of the Comparative Study of Constitutional Law Chapter 2.

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