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By Asociación Española de Prof. de Derecho Internat., (ed.)

"The Spanish Yearbook of overseas legislations" brings jointly info relating Spanish criminal perform and a bibliography over the interval of 1 12 months and makes it on hand to a global readership. It serves as a motor vehicle for furthering wisdom of Spanish perform within the box of overseas legislation between an viewers without wisdom of Spanish. It offers with either inner most and public overseas legislations, taken in a wide experience to incorporate precis therapy of overseas enterprises of which Spain is a member.

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ON BEING AN ALIEN OR AN IMMIGRANT IN SPAIN AND IN EUROPE Just as in comparative law, in Spain the meaning of the term “alien” is evident and obvious: an alien is anyone who is not a national of the state in which he is at the moment. One is an alien regardless of having one or several nationalities (positive nationality conflict), or no nationality (stateless person, or negative nationality conflict). In any case, no one is an alien in the abstract, but rather vis-à-vis a specific state or a specific nationality.

22 Pedro A. De Miguel Asensio 3. Prospects of evolution in the EU As the years go by, certain trends are becoming apparent in the prospects in the EU, reflecting what must be among the chief concerns in this sphere and departing not only from what was for long the core of the doctrinal debate, but also from some of the stated objectives of the Commission – including very recent ones. It is highly significant in this regard that the idea of codifying large areas of European private law does not now seem to be an objective of the Community’s institutions in spite of previous – and still recent – statements to that effect.

ON BEING AN ALIEN OR AN IMMIGRANT IN SPAIN AND IN EUROPE Just as in comparative law, in Spain the meaning of the term “alien” is evident and obvious: an alien is anyone who is not a national of the state in which he is at the moment. One is an alien regardless of having one or several nationalities (positive nationality conflict), or no nationality (stateless person, or negative nationality conflict). In any case, no one is an alien in the abstract, but rather vis-à-vis a specific state or a specific nationality.

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