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Social Security Cases in Europe: National Courts

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What social security rights are there for illegal workers? To what extent can health care services be refused by the beneficiary, and to what extent can coverage of health care services be refused by social security bodies? This casebook is composed of two main parts. The first gives an overview of the ways related cases were decided by national courts in a number of European countries. In the second part the reader finds the crucial parts of the court decisions in about sixty cases. The decisions are published in their original language with a summary in English. This book is useful both for further research and education. It should allow for the development of a theory concerning judge-made social security law and for the discovery of the specificity of legal reasoning by social security judges. As the first of its kind, the casebook makes the teaching of legal reasoning and the making of social security law by judges accessible to a multinational audience. Moreover, not only law students, but also trainees of the judiciary and novice social security judges will benefit from this casebook.

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Author(s):
Pieters, Danny; Zaglmayer,Bernhard
Condition:
As new
Edition:
2006
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
9050955711
ISBN-13:
9789050955713
Number of pages:
407
Publisher:
Intersentia

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What social security rights are there for illegal workers? To what extent can health care services be refused by the beneficiary, and to what extent can coverage of health care services be refused by social security bodies? This casebook is composed of two main parts. The first gives an overview of the ways related cases were decided by national courts in a number of European countries. In the second part the reader finds the crucial parts of the court decisions in about sixty cases. The decisions are published in their original language with a summary in English. This book is useful both for further research and education. It should allow for the development of a theory concerning judge-made social security law and for the discovery of the specificity of legal reasoning by social security judges. As the first of its kind, the casebook makes the teaching of legal reasoning and the making of social security law by judges accessible to a multinational audience. Moreover, not only law students, but also trainees of the judiciary and novice social security judges will benefit from this casebook.

Author(s):
Pieters, Danny; Zaglmayer,Bernhard
Condition:
As new
Edition:
2006
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
9050955711
ISBN-13:
9789050955713
Number of pages:
407
Publisher:
Intersentia

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