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Hart studies in comparative public law ; v. 15.
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Implied principles and constitutionalism Judicial conceptions of the rule of law Applications of the separation of powers Implied principles as interpretative aids Implied principles as grounds for invalidating legislation Implied principles as gateways to comparative law The legitimacy of reliance on implied constitutional principles in fundamental rights adjudication.
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Print version: Wheatle, Se-shauna, 1985- author. Principled reasoning in human rights adjudication Oxford [UK] ; Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2017 Original