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  • Authors: Tran, Kien (2019)

  • Stability has become one of the basic requirements for the law from both theoretical and practical perspectives, especially for developing countries where laws are often changed and reformed with large scale and intensity. Despite its importance, the stability of the law has never had a thorough analysis as well as a consensus on the concepts, functions and roles in comparative law theories. This led to the application and development of criteria and methods to ensure the stability of the law in practice, ineffective, even failed. In this context, this article contributes to the analysis of the theory of legal stability in the world to provide a unified understanding. Thereby, initial...

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  • Authors: Tran, Kien (2019)

  • Stability has become one of the basic requirements for the law from both theoretical and practical perspectives, especially for developing countries where laws are often changed and reformed with large scale and intensity. Despite its importance, the stability of the law has never had a thorough analysis as well as a consensus on the concepts, functions and roles in comparative law theories. This led to the application and development of criteria and methods to ensure the stability of the law in practice, ineffective, even failed. In this context, this article contributes to the analysis of the theory of legal stability in the world to provide a unified understanding. Thereby, initial...