Acta Universitatis Danubius. Juridica, Vol 9, No 2 (2013)

Methods and Functions of Comparative Law

Blerton Sinani


The purpose of this research paper is “to explain the topic” whose reviews are made. Hence, reviews of this research article refer to the legal content of the thematic area of comparative law, first and foremost, to methods and functions of comparative law. The elaboration of methods and functions of comparative law, as a starting point, has the historical origins and development of comparative law. However, the approaches did not stop to methods and functions of comparative law, but are extended and focused on the principle of functionality, also in macro-comparison and micro-comparison concept as a central juridical category of comparative law as an autonomous scientific juridical discipline. Otherwise, this article is of particular interest, over all and above all, to the development of theoretic, legal-comparative reasoning, as well as the professional applicative reasoning.


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