ELTE Law Journal

Foreword to the ELI-SIG Papers

  Alexander Balthasar*   Foreword to the ELI-SIG Papers   In June 2017 and in June 2018, the then newly formed ‘Administrative Law Study and Interest Group’ of the European Law Institute (ELI) met in Budapest, at Andrássy University, for two conferences. The main idea was – as it is in general the remit of […]

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Alternative Dispute Resolution in Administrative Law – A Major Step Forward to Enhance Citizens’ Satisfaction or Rather a Trojan Horse for the Rule of Law?

  Alexander Balthasar*   Alternative Dispute Resolution in Administrative Law – A Major Step Forward to Enhance Citizens’ Satisfaction or Rather a Trojan Horse for the Rule of Law?**   I ‘Alternative to What’ and Why Do We Need It at All? The term ‘ADR’ seems to have been coined, some decades ago, in the […]

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Breach of the Right to Good Administration: So What?

  Marc Clement*   Breach of the Right to Good Administration: So What?   The right to good administration is now enshrined in Article 41[1] of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. It is undisputable that this right is not limited to EU institutions but covers all aspects of the European Union […]

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Administrative Transparency Through Access to Documents and Data in Italy: Lights and Shadows of a Principle in Transformation

  Anna Simonati*   Administrative Transparency Through Access to Documents and Data in Italy: Lights and Shadows of a Principle in Transformation   I Transparency and the Italian Legislator: An Evolution Toward Polysemy Recently, the Italian legislator has introduced new rules on the transparency of administrative action (Law No. 190/2012 and Legislative Decree No. 33/2013, […]

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Migration, the Sahel and the Mediterranean basin: which scenario for the EU27 by 2025?

  Bruno Reynaud de Sousa*   Migration, the Sahel and the Mediterranean basin: which scenario for the EU27 by 2025?**   Abstract In choosing to focus on the situation in the Mediterranean region over the past four years, the present paper aims to assess how the Commission’s White Paper on the ‘Future of Europe’ confronts […]

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Preserving Intra-Corporate Mobility Between the UK and the EU After Brexit

  Sára Fekete*   Preserving Intra-Corporate Mobility Between the UK and the EU After Brexit**   I Introduction In their White Paper published on 12 July 2018,[1] the UK Government outlined their proposal for the conditions under which they envisaged the future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union. One of the most […]

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The Liberalisation of the Serbian Electricity and Gas Markets

  Biljana Grbić*   The Liberalisation of the Serbian Electricity and Gas Markets**   Taking the goals of energy market liberalisation as a starting point, namely security of supply, promotion of energy efficiency, use of renewable energy sources and increasing consumers` well-being by reducing electricity and gas prices, this article aims to research the process […]

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Legitimate Expectations as Part of the FET Standard: An Overview of a Doctrine Shaped by Arbitral Awards in Investor-State Claims

  Tomáš Mach*   Legitimate Expectations as Part of the FET Standard: An Overview of a Doctrine Shaped by Arbitral Awards in Investor-State Claims   I Origins of the Doctrine of Legitimate Expectations in English Administrative Law Legitimate expectations is a doctrine inherent to the English administrative law. It is most commonly defined as a […]

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Some Remarks on Shareholders’ Agreements in the Context of Hungarian Law

  Emőd Veress*   Some Remarks on Shareholders’ Agreements in the Context of Hungarian Law**   I On the Concept of a Shareholders’ Agreement In the currently effective Hungarian law, there is no single type of contract that would be regulated under the name of a shareholder agreement or, as it is used in the […]

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Administration, Administrative Jurisdiction and Separation of Powers

  Klaus Rennert*   Administration, Administrative Jurisdiction and Separation of Powers**   I Administrative jurisdiction is a tricky business: state sovereignty is subject to judicial control. In point of fact, this corresponds to the principle of separation of powers in its original, unadulterated form: in its legislative function, the state passes laws; in its administrative […]

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