5 German L.J. I (2004)

handle is hein.journals/germlajo2004 and id is 1 raw text is: GERMAN LAW JOURNAL
Review of Developments in German,
European and International Jurisprudence
Editors-in-Chief: Russell Miller; Peer Zumbansen
Editors: Miriam Aziz; Gregor Bachmann; Gralf-Peter Calliess; Matthias Casper;
Morag Goodwin; Dominik Hanf; Florian Hoffmann; Alexandra Kemmerer;
Malcolm Maclaren; Stefan Magen; Petra Minnerop; Hanri Mostert; Betsy Roben;
Volker Rbben; Christoph Safferling; Marlene Schmidt; Frank Schorkopf;
Robert Schtitze; Craig Smith; Cornelia Vismann.
www. germanlawiournal.com
 Copyright 2000 - 2004 by German Law Journal GbR. All rights reserved.
Vol. 05 No. 01              Pages 1 - 122           01 January 2004
Hanri Mostert
Lost Information and Competing Interests in
Restoring Germany's Dispossessed Property - The
Recent Decision of the German Federal
Administrative Court                                    1 -13
Sabine Pittrof
Compensation Claims for Human Rights Breaches
Committed by German Armed Forces Abroad
During the Second World War: Federal Supreme
Court Hands Down Decision in the Distomo Case          15 -21


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