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- The Patient's Will - Why and for Whom? Forms, Formalisation, and Implementation Issues
- The Group Discussion ?Practical Possibilities of Taking Living Wills into Consideration'
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- Arguments and Comments Presented during the Discussion of Dina Sõritsa's Doctoral thesis The Health-care Provider's Civil Liability in Cases of Prenatal Damages
- Interpretation of Undefined Legal Concepts and Fulfilling of Legal Gaps, in Juri Lotman's Semiotic Framework
- 35th Estonian Lawyers' Days
- (Just) Give Me A Reason ...
- The General Data Protection Regulation and its Violation of EU Treaties
- Limitation of Freedom of Speech and of the Press by Penal Law in the Final Decades of the Russian Empire
- Land Reform and the Principle of Legal Certainty: The Practice of the Supreme Court of Estonia in 1918-1933
- Legal Problems and Regulations related to Easy-access Non-secured Consumer Loans in Estonia
- Legal Aspects of Insolvency of Natural Persons in the Baltic States
- Why do We Need Grundstücke (Land Units), and What are They? On the Difficulties of Divining a European Concept of ?Thing' in Property Law
- The Buyer's Right to Require Reimbursement for Repair Costs of Defective Goods under the CISG, the CESL, and Estonian Law
- A Strict Regulatory Framework for SMS Credit and Its Effectiveness in Latvia
- Legal Methodology in the German Dictatorships
The article compares the legal methodologies in the National Socialist State (NS, 1933–1945) and in the German Democratic Republic (GDR, 1949–1990). Their concept of law differed in a significant way from the preceding periods. Law was no longer regarded as the will of the community but as the will ...
- Bringing about Penal Climate Change: The Role of Social and Political Trust and of Perceptions about the Aims for Punishment in Lowering the Temperature of Punitiveness
The paper presents a study demonstrating that social and political trust are good predictors of punitive attitudes. People who have low generalised social trust and low political trust would impose longer sentences on offenders. Awareness of the aims behind punishment is a strong predictor of...
- Legal Arrangements Similar to Trusts in Estonia under the EU's Anti-money-laundering Directive
According to EU Directive 2015/849, all Member States must establish a central register of data on ultimate beneficial owners of corporate legal entities and also of trusts and legal arrangements similar to trusts. First of all, this requires identification of the latter arrangements in the...
- The Estonian Perspective on the Transposition of the Directive on Collective Management of Copyright and Related Rights
The article considers some key aspects of transposition of the Directive on Collective Management of Copyright and Related Rights into Estonian legislation. Estonia’s collective management system has been in place for more than 20 years without any substantial need for review. It is therefore...
- The Scandinavian Approach to Property Law, Described through Six Common Legal Concepts