Community law has no legal basis to influence internal procedural rights



- After 1981, many decrees (over thirty) came to change the CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE. In addition to these one-off orders, there was the will to bring together committees to reflect the reforms. Today the procedure is not bad and is regularly subject to change. In any case all procedural questions are occupied by the debate on the reform of the judicial map.

Section 2 - Complementary national and international sources.

- Not to be confused with judicial practice. It is abundant. No major turnarounds of Civil Procedure because it is hard to imagine that in a reformed without cease matter.

Practices and usages.
- Local customs, with styles and habits. Ex. Electronically.

- Important role because it is a technical matter. 

International sources.
- Apply to internal or international disputes.

- In terms of the internal procedure, there are provisions of international law under Article 55 have superiority on the internal rules of procedures and who will therefore be applicable. Is basically the European Convention on Human Rights and Community law. Within the Convention, Article 6 gives the right to a fair trial, setting standards of procedure. According to part of the doctrine, the article 6 is the main source of the theory of action (the right of a person to apply to a judge). Community law has no legal basis to influence internal procedural rights, or very little. Here are the rules for disputes between borders.
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