This paper explores differences and similarities in how domestic courts — mainly Dutch courts — apply two distinct forms of non‐domestic law: public international law and European Community law. The article focuses on the application of the principle that dominates practice in both areas: that courts should, whenever possible, construe national law in conformity with, respectively, public international law and European Community law. This article offers a systematic comparison of how courts employ this principle. On the basis of a detailed analysis of the relevant national case law...
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Subjects: Public International Law
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