The preliminary reference procedure is not a modern invention. It has travelled a long way through time and space – from southern to northern Europe, from Roman imperial times to the 21st century.
Tag: Roman Law
Last week’s troubles at the justice department draw attention to the legal consequences of keeping (and losing) one’s receipts.
The King’s holiday resort in Greece runs into trouble. An action group argues that the beach belongs to all; this is a concept that already featured in Roman law.