CEDR-Hungarian Agricultural Association

 

 

Magyarul 

 

CEDR-Hungarian Agricultural Law Association

 

CEDR-Hungarian Agricultural Association (hereinafter: Association), as a non profit organization was established in 14 of January  in 2005 by six Faculties of Law (University of Debrecen, Eötvös Loránd University, University of Pécs, University of Szeged, Károli Gáspár University of Hungarian Reformed Church and University of Miskolc). The Association has nationwide competence and - because of the aid of the rural scientific life - its seat is in Miskolc. The formula CEDR is a French acronym (Comité Européen de Droit Rural – means European Agricultural Commission), relates to all in 1957 established international organizations and since 3 of September in 2005 the Hungarian Association is also member of CEDR. The Hungarian Association’s constitution also contains CEDR’s most important intentions, like:

-Searching and presenting all questions, which arise in the research of agricultural and rural developmental law, with especial regard to the rules of Common Agricultural Policy and its Hungarian practice of application.

-Promoting the orderly information exchange between the experts of the agricultural law and the connected area of division of science and introducing research work’s results.

-Composing suggestions and opinions for the agricultural and rural developmental governing bodies and international organizations, particularly during the practicing of non profit work.

-efficacious supporting the publishing of the research work’s results

-promoting the wide-range introduce of the legal practice in Hungarian and European agricultural and rural-developmental statues, the results of jurisprudence relating to this subject, and supporting working and in he future establishing educational institutions in this area

 

The Association issues regular the periodic called Agricultural Law on the home-page.

 

The Association, being non-profit organization, is working public, services are available without restriction.

 

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