1 The term ‘standing’ has been defined in many ways by writers on domestic legal procedure and is essentially synonymous with being a party to a proceeding. In particular, German and Italian legal scholars in the last century studied the concept of party in depth and long discussed the need to distinguish between party in a substantive sense, ie the party to the substantive relationship underlying the proceedings, and party in a formal sense, ie the party to the proceedings themselves. The conclusion that can be drawn from this debate is that there is no one...
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