The authors use the framework developed by Hohfeld in order to look at ECJ decisions, deciding whether EC measures should have 'direct effect or may otherwise be relied upon in national courts'. They conclude in the article that this Hohfeldian framework cannot be expected to explain each aspect of the Court's jurisprudence. E.L.Rev. 1999 24(2) 121-138
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