Legal competition (genuine)

There is genuine competition between laws if the legislator has established one and the same norm in different criminal laws and has dealt with the infringement against it in a special form and execution and then in each law pronounces a threat of punishment in respect of the same norm.

Term-Nr.: 518

German: Gesetzeskonkurrenz (echte) (382)

Source: LK-Lötscher, 11.05.2020

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