Juridical Interest Redefined?

  • Tonio Borg
  • 12/03/2022
  • 22 min read

In this article, Tonio Borg comments on two recent judgments that accepted a wider notion of juridical interest in public law actions, and what this may mean for the future. Cite as: Tonio Borg, ‘Juridical Interest Redefined?’ (Online Law Journal, 12 March 2022). Introduction Two landmark judgments have been delivered by our courts which can […]

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In this article, Dr Gianluca Barbieri analyses the issuance of guidelines, explanations or instructions by the Commissioner for Revenue and their consistency with classical Maltese legal theory. Gianluca Barbieri, ‘Is the issuance of guidelines, explanations or instructions by the Commissioner for Revenue consistent with Maltese legal theory?‘ (Online Law Journal, 30 November 2020). By virtue […]

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The perils of positivist thinking in Public law

  • Tonio Borg
  • 16/08/2020
  • 6 min read

In this article, Tonio Borg reviews episodes and trends in the interpretation of our constitutional law that are underscored by the positivist method, highlighting the main dangers this developing approach poses in that field. The rest of the article can be found in Id-Dritt XXX. Tonio Borg, ‘The perils of positivist thinking in Public law’ […]

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