Talk:Abrogation doctrine

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 Definition Doctrine of United States constitutional law which determines when and how the United States Congress may waive a state's sovereign immunity and subject the state to lawsuits to which the state has not consented (i.e., to "abrogate" state immunity to such suits). [d] [e]
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It might be smart to add a separate category for European, UK, Asian andUS law. Maybe [[Category:Law US]] in this case? Frank van Geelkerken 11:17, 13 May 2007 (CDT) (added name)

  • So far as I have been able to determine, this doctrine is unique to U.S. law, with its clearly delineated state/federal system. I don't know what the criteria is for splitting off categories. Cheers! Brian Dean Abramson 20:42, 2 May 2007 (CDT)