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German Law Journal
AbstractThe Federal Constitutional Court's ultra-vires case law—especially its most recent iterations—has more than its fair share of bad parts. It went from non-existence to global prominence in an alarmingly short period of time. Fortunately, the doctrine contains some extraordinarily good parts. Within the case law, there are three beautiful, elegant, and highly expressive elements that are buried under a massive tower of good intentions and hard luck: First, the principle of distinctiondoi:10.1017/glj.2020.61 fatcat:6mkbn7qruve4lhxhjbxzqh55wa