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Article title ROYAL PREROGATIVE IN ENGLAND FROM ITS ORIGIN TO THE EARLY SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
Authors V.V. Klochkov
Section SECTION III. LEGAL TECHNOLOGIES
Month, Year 06, 2013 @en
Index UDC 340
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Abstract The article analyzes an evolution of theoretical and legal formulation of the royal prerogative in England. Author examines the royal prerogative components in the context of  significant transformation of political institutions, form and content of English monarchy. Important basis of the royal prerogatives in Early Modern times is shown and described including Bodin"s theory of sovereignty,  separation  of  personal  royal  prerogatives  from  privileges  owned  by  the  system  of political institutions, concept of divine power.

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Keywords The royal prerogative; English monarchy; Early Modern England; theory of sovereignty; divine power.
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