Apuntes sobre la noción del valor de las decisiones judiciales antes de la Constitución Política Nacional de 1991

This article aims to show through a reflection, the doctrinal and the legal landscape against the value and impact of judicial decisions in Colombia since the Constitution of 1863 (Rio Negro) until before the Constitution of 1991. This is a study description of the problem, a precondition for unders... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Hernández Meza, Nelson
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Autónoma del Caribe 2011
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Laburpena: This article aims to show through a reflection, the doctrinal and the legal landscape against the value and impact of judicial decisions in Colombia since the Constitution of 1863 (Rio Negro) until before the Constitution of 1991. This is a study description of the problem, a precondition for understanding what on this subject has been built by the Constitutional Court from Article 230 of the constitution. In addition, there is knowledge of what historically, politically and culturally has prevailed within the Colombian legal system in relation with the value of judicial decisions. It is not only an initial precept to understand the current state under the constitutional text and doctrinaire construction by the Constitutional Court from its beginnings, but serves to take a critical argument towards the convenience and inconvenience of taking a system that grants, from constitutional and statutory rules, judicial decisions from some high courts, which have binding effects comparable to those of the law itself, in times when it is said that a comprehensive and integral reform of the administration of justice in Colombia is pursued.