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NCJ Number: 68203 Find in a Library
Title: GLOSSARY OF LEGAL TERMS AND ANALYTIC TABLES FOR 1978
Journal: REVUE DE DROIT PENAL ET DE CRIMINOLOGIE  Dated:SPECIAL ISSUE (NIVELLES 1979)  Pages:1029-1107
Author(s): A DEPLUTO PRONDZINSKI; M TERLINDEN
Date Published: 1979
Page Count: 78
Type: Bibliography
Format: Document
Language: French
Country: Belgium
Annotation: A GLOSSARY OF LEGAL SUBJECTS WHICH WERE TREATED BY BELGIAN COURTS IN 1976-1978, AND VARIOUS INFORMATION LISTINGS REFERRING TO 'REVUE DE DROIT PENAL ET DE CRIMINOLOGIE' IN 1978 ARE PRESENTED.
Abstract: THE LEGAL GLOSSARY CONSISTS OF EXCERPTS OF BELGIAN COURT VERDICTS CONCERNING PARTICULAR SUBJECTS SUCH AS ADULTERY, CALUMNY, OR POLITICAL OFFENSES. THE TERMS ARE ARRANGED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER, AND THE LEVEL OF COURT AND THE DECISION DATA ARE GIVEN. A CHRONOLOGICAL CHART LISTS IMPORTANT BELGIAN COURT DECISIONS BY MONTH FOR 1977 AND 1978. THE GENERAL INFORMATION SECTION INCLUDES (1) A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF FOREIGN STUDIES, LISTING COURT DECISIONS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER; (2) BELGIAN STUDIES LISTING LEGAL EVENTS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER; (3) INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION REPORTS; (4) WORKS CITED IN THE 1978 ISSUES OF THE JOURNAL, (5) A NAME INDEX, AND (6) A SUBJECT INDEX ALSO REFERRING TO THE JOURNAL. --IN FRENCH.
Index Term(s): Belgium; Chronologies; Commission reports; Judicial decisions
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