5.3 Subsidiarity in the Legal Dimension

5.3.1  Organisational Rules

organisational rules must not conflict with national law

5.3.2  National Law, Subsidiary Variations and Delegation

federal law, regional variations, State law, delegated powers

5.3.3  Religious Law

religious courts judge civil disputes, alongside State law

5.3.4  Legal Issues which Cross National Boundaries

extradition, multinational contracts, compensation

5.3.5  Multinational Law, for Groupings such as the EU

agreed laws for countries to collaborate; EU law is the prime example

5.3.6  International Law: Global

UN institutions administer international law; it has weaknesses

5.3.7  National Compliance with International Law

countries can be compatible with international law by aligning with it



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