Legal Instruments

It is an impossible task to even outline different forms of jurisdiction. Most European countries rely on systems of law based on the Roman model and codified by Napoleon. The United States and England (but not Scotland) use a common law system, in which judges interpret and modify legislation. Some countries maintain tight central control; others devolve to the periphery. Some have both, such as Federal and State laws in the United States, the relationship between which is being constantly adjusted. In some countries, religious law such as sharia is paramount; in others it exists in parallel and may be resorted to by the religious groups. In the European community, national laws have yielded precedence to EC laws, regulations, and directives. International courts such as those in The Hague have become increasingly recognised.

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