It seems that the coexistence of other norms which see their roots in religion and tradition cohabit within the legal system of a State. The study’s aim is to determine how religious precepts are present within the sources of law in Israel, in the Islamic Republic of Iran and in the Vatican City State. A particular attention is given to Jewish, Islamic and Canon law and how these have produced juridical effects and most important how they fit in the sources of law. The question that comes up is if religious norms are acknowledge as juridical source and, if they are not juridical norms, how do they effect the source’s system of the States. On this bases should one conclude that the State claims his legitimation upon religion.
|Number of pages||154|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|