Managing National Legal Intersections, Relationships and Conflicts
Chapter 4: Conflict and realities: presenting some case studies
This chapter introduces a hypothetical scenario with case studies which evidence, at a practical level, the potential for different laws to be relevant to different ends across a set of facts and the prospect of different decisions being made to pursue different goals.
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