Mixed rights are halfway between public and private law, because
they include elements of both public and private law.
A. Criminal law
Criminal law concerns all the rules relating to
It is both a private law because it protects individuals
(safeguarding the interest of individuals) and a public law because the State
punishes individuals (protection of the general interest).
B. Processual law
Procedural law includes three types of procedures: civil procedure, administrative
administrative procedure and criminal procedure.
It is both a private law because it governs legal actions and a public
public law because it governs the functioning of the courts.
C. European Union law
European Union law brings together the fundamental texts of the European Union and the
union and the acts of the institutions of the European Union.
It is both a private law because it governs private relations between
citizens of the European Union and a public law because it governs the functioning of the
the functioning of the institutions of the European Union.
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It’s a good summary, it allowed me to better understand some notions of law.
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