Legal institutions can be roughly characterized as independent legal systems that regulate certain forms of social behaviour within the universal legal system. The characteristic of legal institutions is that they can be treated as social phenomena in their own right. I first noted this distinction in „Structuring Legal Institutions,“ in: Law and Philosophy 17,3 (1998a), Special Issue: Laws, Institutions and Facts, 215-232, at 228. MacCormick`s reaction in the same question was as follows: „Ruiter proposes that the typology of rules be expanded to include, in addition to `rules of follow-up`, what he calls `rules of content` to allow for the way in which general law can and cannot be contained in a particular regime that instantiates a particular (abstract) institution. He is certainly right about what he says, although, for the sake of simplicity, I would be inclined to rephrase the definition of „monitoring rules“ to reflect that. Neil MacCormick, `Norms, Institutions, and Institutional Facts`, Law and Philosophy 17,3(1998), 301-345, pp. 337-8. The translation of the provisions of the French Constitution comes from Finer, Bogdanor and Rudden (1995), 214-215. We use cookies to provide and improve our service and to personalize content and advertisements. By continuing, you agree to the use of cookies.

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