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TITLE : The German Legal System

The basic principle of the german judicial system is the one of the rechtsstaat rule of law this means that any action taken by an executive authority has to be based on law furthermore any decision taken by an authority can be challenged in court the german legal system differs fundamentally from the anglo saxon common law system in which courts rely mainly on precedents from although the german legal system operates differently than the anglo and american systems legal specialists who have studied it are usually in agreement that it is fairthe judiciary of germany is the system of courts that interprets and applies the law in germany the german legal system is a civil law mostly based on a comprehensive compendium of statutes as compared to the common law systemsthe german legal system is ranked among world leaders for judicial independence and efficiency businesses can quickly enforce their rights the german legal system is underpinned by the constitution grundgesetzlaw made in germany global effektiv kostengnstig deutschland gehrt zu den wirtschaftlich leistungsstrksten lndern der welt deutsche produkte genieen weltweites an

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