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Legal Certainty in a Contemporary Context : Private and Criminal Law Perspectives

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Legal Certainty in a Contemporary Context : Private and Criminal Law Perspectives
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Legal Certainty in a Contemporary Context
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Private and Criminal Law Perspectives
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Legal Certainty in a Contemporary Context : Private and Criminal Law Perspectives
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  • Contents -- List of Contributors -- The Shifting Meaning of Legal Certainty -- 1 The Shifting Meaning of Legal Certainty -- 2 Chapters -- Part I: Perspectives from Private Law -- Comments on Legal Certainty from the Perspective of European, Austrian and Japanese Private Law -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Notion of Legal Certainty in General and in Private Law in Particular -- 3 Legal Certainty Discussed with the Example of EU Private Law -- 4 Legal Certainty Discussed with the Example of Austrian Private Law -- 5 Legal Certainty Discussed with the Example of Japanese Private Law -- 6 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Intellectual Property, Private Ordering and Legal Certainty -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Several Views on the Concept of Legal Certainty -- 3 Private Ordering and Legal Certainty -- 3.1 Lobbying and Forum Shopping -- 3.2 Setting the Rules by Technological Measures -- 3.3 Proprietarization of Technical Standards -- 4 Conclusion -- References -- Considerations on the Transnationality of International Commercial Arbitration Awards in the Context of the Demand for Legal C... -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Delocalisation Debate -- 3 Enforcement of an Annulled Award -- 4 Conclusion -- References -- The Notion of Consumer Under EU Legislation and EU Case Law: Between the Poles of Legal Certainty and Flexibility -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Legal Certainty vs. Legal Flexibility -- 2.1 Legal Certainty and Legal Flexibility in General -- 2.2 Legal Certainty and Legal Flexibility in Consumer Law -- 3 The Consumer Notion Under EU Legislation and EU Case Law -- 3.1 General Remarks on the Consumer Notion -- 3.2 The (External Side of the) Consumer Notion Under EU Legislation and EU Case Law -- 3.3 Setting Up a Business -- 3.4 The Consumer Notion and Mixed Purpose Contracts -- 3.5 The Consumer Notion and Representation -- 3.6 Auxiliary Contracts
  • 4 Conclusion: The Consumer Notion from the Perspectives of Legal Certainty and Legal Flexibility -- References -- Legal Certainty and Trusts in China -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Legal Uncertainty Caused by Article 2 of Chinese Trust Law -- 3 Chinese Debates Regarding the Location of Ownership of Trust Property -- 3.1 An Opinion Contending Settlor as the Owner of Trust Property -- 3.2 An Opinion Contending Trustee as the Owner of Trust Property -- 3.3 An Opinion Contending Beneficiary as the Owner of Trust Property -- 3.4 Other Minor Opinions -- 3.4.1 An Opinion Contending That Either the Settlor or Trustee Is the Owner of Trust Property -- 3.4.2 An Opinion Contending That Ownership Is with Either the Settlor or the Beneficiary -- 3.4.3 An Opinion That Contends the Settler, Trustee and Beneficiary Hold Partial Powers on Trust Property Respectively -- 4 Legal Uncertainty and Chinese Trust Business: A Social Capital Perspective -- 4.1 Dense Network Facilitating the Growth of Business -- 4.1.1 Single Trusts Constitute a Large Percentage of Trust Business -- 4.1.2 Trust Companies Rely on Commercial Banks for Client Referrals -- 4.1.3 Guanxi Plays a Role in Relationship Marketing of Trust Products -- 4.2 Nascent Transformation of Chinese Trust Business -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Part II: Perspectives from Criminal Law -- Multilingual Norms in European Criminal Law -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Case of Lubella -- 3 Supranational Elements of Crime -- 4 Interpretation of Supranational Elements of Crime -- 5 Deficits under the Principle of Legal Certainty -- 5.1 Concrete Deficits -- 5.2 Abstract Deficits -- 6 The View Taken by the ECJ -- 7 The Way Forward -- References -- Empirical Judgement in Criminal Proceedings -- 1 Introduction -- 2 A Definition of Empirical Judgement -- 2.1 Experience as the Basis of Empirical Judgement -- 2.1.1 Sole Experience
  • 2.1.2 The Process of Forming and Using Rules of Empirical Judgement -- 2.1.2.1 Abduction -- 2.1.2.2 Induction -- 2.1.2.3 Enhancement of Reliability -- 2.1.2.4 Deduction -- 2.1.2.5 Interim Summary -- 2.1.2.6 Using Someone Elsés Rules of Empirical Judgement -- 2.2 The Relevance of Empirical Judgement Within Criminal Proceedings -- 2.2.1 Criminalistic Life-Experience -- 2.2.2 Further Distinction -- 2.2.3 Criminal-Technical Rules of Empirical Judgement -- 3 The Necessity and Functionality of Empirical Judgement Within the German Code of Criminal Procedure (StPO) -- 3.1 Gateways for the Application of Rules of Empirical Judgement in German Criminal Proceedings -- 3.1.1 Reasonable Suspicion, 152 II StPO -- 3.1.2 Identification Measures, 81b StPO -- 3.1.3 Searching of Homes, 102 StPO -- 3.1.4 Admonition and Hearing, 136 StPO -- 3.1.5 Investigative Custody, 112 StPO -- 3.1.6 Consideration of Evidence, 261 StPO -- 3.2 Difficulties and Possibilities of Enhancement -- 3.2.1 Initial Overview: Lacks of Objectivity -- 3.2.2 Supreme Rights in Danger: Legal Certainty (Art. 20 III GG) and Equal Treatment (Art. 3 GG) -- 3.2.3 Possibilities of Objectifying and Structuring the Application of Empirical Judgement Within Criminal Proceedings -- 3.2.3.1 Development of Rules of Empirical Judgement -- 3.2.3.2 Hermeneutic Methods in Concrete Cases -- 4 Concluding Summary -- References -- The Multiple Uncertainties of the Corporate Criminal Law -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The New Corporate Criminal Law, Net-Widening and Legal Certainty -- 3 The Multiple Uncertainties of Corporate Criminal Liability -- 3.1 Doctrinal Uncertainties -- 3.2 Uncertainties as to Purpose and Effect -- 4 Uncertainty, Legal Risk and Incentivizing Social Enforcement -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Types of Offenders-A Criminological Perspective in Historical Contexts -- 1 Introduction
  • 2 Some Historical Remarks -- 2.1 von Liszt -- 2.2 Lombrosós Concept: The Born Delinquent -- 2.2.1 Interim Conclusion -- 3 Types of Offenders in Penal Law -- 4 Types of Offenders in Criminology -- 4.1 Criminological Concepts -- 4.1.1 General Remarks -- 4.1.2 Life Course Research -- 5 Classifications in other Sciences -- 6 Summary -- 6.1 Risk of Exclusion -- 6.2 Labeling -- 6.3 Type I Errors -- 6.4 Time Dimension -- 6.5 Practical Needs -- 7 Conclusion -- References -- International Criminal Law as a Means to Fight the H̀ostes Humani Generiś? On the Dangers of the Concept of Enemy Criminal Law -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Analysis of Enemy Criminal Law -- 2.1 Background Information -- 2.2 Persons and Enemies -- 2.2.1 Enemies and the State of Nature -- 2.2.2 Hostis Humani Generis -- 2.3 Purposes of Punishment -- 2.3.1 Three Models of Enemy Criminal Law -- 2.3.2 Prevention -- 2.3.3 Vengeance -- 2.3.4 Symbolism -- 3 Normative Critique of Enemy Criminal Law -- 3.1 Basics -- 3.2 Violation of the Offenderś Dignity -- 3.3 Forfeiture of Human Dignity? -- 4 Concluding Thoughts -- References -- Index
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