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Principle of equality

Principle of equality is frequently used in all law systems as well as in all law branches.

Basically the meaning of the principle is similar in all law spheres. Principle states that in matters where there are identical factual and legal circumstances, institutions and courts shall adopt identical decisions (in matters where there are different factual or legal circumstances – different decisions) irrespective of the gender, age, race, skin color, language, religious beliefs, political or other views, social origin, nationality, education, social and financial status, type of occupation or other circumstances.

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