Legal effects refer to the different legal effects that constitutional norms may generate in a specific legal system. These are distinguished from the political, social and psychological effects that constitutions may cause on individual people and on society at large. Both these latter effects and legal effects may affect human actions to some extent, but only legal effects constitute a legal basis for the acts, actions and conduct of public authorities.
Perini, M., & Bindi, E. (2017). Legal Effects of Constitutions, 1-15.
|Titolo:||Legal Effects of Constitutions|
PERINI, MARIO (Corresponding)
BINDI, ELENA (Corresponding)
|Citazione:||Perini, M., & Bindi, E. (2017). Legal Effects of Constitutions, 1-15.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.4 Voce (in dizionario o enciclopedia)|