2018 | 28 | 2 | 95-108
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Sądownictwo Najwyższe w państwach nordyckich. Zarys problematyki

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The Systems of the Supreme Courts in the Nordic States. The Outline of the Problem
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Opracowanie ma na celu przeprowadzenie analizy porównawczej roli i zadań, jakie sądy najwyższe realizują w nordyckich systemach prawno-ustrojowych. Przedmiot pracy w szczególności koncentruje się na rozważaniach dotyczących funkcji sądownictwa najwyższego w państwach skandynawskich, a także zasad organizacji i funkcjonowania, na jakich opierają się systemy sądów najwyższych w tym regionie Europy. Istotna część analizy obejmuje zdeterminowanie cech wspólnych i odmienności, dających się dostrzec przy porównywaniu państw wschodnio- i zachodnionordyckiego kręgu kultury prawnej.
The paper aims at conducting comparative analysis of the role and tasks performed by the Supreme Courts in the Nordic legal and political systems. The subject of the work is particularly concentrated on deliberations referring to the functions of the Supreme Courts in the Scandinavian states, as well as the principles of organization and functioning, on which the Supreme Courts systems are based in this European region. An essential part of the analysis covers determining of the common features and differences possible to be observed while comparing the states belonging to the Eastern and Western Nordic legal culture circles.
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