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Yes Citizenship is irrelevant to have the right to representation. In most liberal democracies, you are entitled to legal representation, in most autocratic dictatorships, you aren't, and there are a large number of steps in between. How this works depends on local law and custom but it usually works the same for citizens and non-citizens. In most ...


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In civil law jurisdictions, such contracts are invariably never enforceable, because this contradicts the public policy principle (lit. "public order and good morals"), one of the basic principles of the civil law of continental jurisdictions, cf. e.g., Article 6 of the French Civil Code, Art. 138 of the German Civil Code, and Art. 90 of the Civil ...


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