Sub-national Constitutional Law
Germany
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pdf 'Up-to-date as of August 2012' (2013), Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 1–1
pdf 'The Author' (2013), Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 3–4
pdf 'Table of Contents' (2013), Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 5–10
pdf 'List of Abbreviations' (2013), Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 11–12
pdf 'Preface' (2013), Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 13–24
pdf 'General Introduction' (2013), Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 25–44
pdf 'Selected Bibliography' (2013), Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 45–64
pdf 'Part I. Sources of Sub-national Constitutional Law' (2013), Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 65–98
pdf 'Part II. Forms of Sub-national Governments' (2013), Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 99–120
pdf 'Part III. Citizenship and the Administration of Justice' (2013), Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 121–136
pdf 'Part IV. Local Government and Sub-national Constitutions' (2013), Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 137–144
pdf 'Part V. Representative Texts of Sub-national Constitutions' (2013), Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 145–240
pdf 'Index' (2013), Matthias Niedobitek, pp. 241–250