The effort of the paper is to examine how the South African Constitutional Court, in the CCT 23/96 Certification of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, has considered foreign law and if it has conducted a study of comparison, with a particular attention on the subject of fundamental rights. The study analyses the degree of comparison, its formative nature and finally it establishes which rule of foreign law has been considered (legislative, dottrinal or case-law). Therefore the research verifies whether there is a preference on a particular giuridical system and why.
|Numero di pagine||40|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2008|