Influencing factors of the competitiveness of national agricultural law
The publication was created for the international conference of the European Council for Rural Law (CEDR) to be held every two years. It was organised in this year between 21 and 23 September in Lille, France. The scientific work was done in three commissions, and we represented Hungary in Commission II, where two questions were in the focus, namely that which national provisions promote the competitiveness of national agriculture, and which national provisions reduce it. In the suggested topics we examined the followings by answering the questions: legal provisions on land and property, legal regulation of product marketing, tax law provisions, legal provisions concerning the farm operator, rules concerning agricultural workers, prescriptions concerning the agricultural holding, and water management regulation from the environmental provisions.