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The law of Finland is statutory. The country does not, however, have codes of the kind that exist in France or Germany. Judicial decisions may be authoritative as to the interpretation of legislation, but they are not judge-made law.

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  • Sarvilinna, Sami. In Winterton and Moys (eds). Information Sources in Law. Second Edition. Bowker-Saur. 1997. Chapter Ten: Finland. Pages 163 to 176.

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