Consideration of “Creation” in Legal Finding—from the Perspective of the Application of Law and the Judicial Power
Legal finding, which limits the free discretion originally, is out of the shape under the deduction of Jurisprudence of Concepts. Teleological Jurisprudence, the Jurisprudence of Interests and Jurisprudence of Free Law etc. ie with each other to analyze and reduce the “soul” of judicial process on this condition. Even though “creation” has been elevated to the height of “life” of the law, it’s very essential to look through and consider “creation”, which is the key point of clearing the origin, from the standpoint of the limitation of statute law, activity judges possess themselves, understanding of law’s creativity and jurisdiction operation.
Key words: Legal finding; Creation; Jurisdiction; Judge
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