Hungarian jurist; born at Nagy Mihály Jan. 27, 1862; studied law at Budapest, was admitted to the bar in 1886, and was appointed district judge at Budapest in 1890. In 1895 he was called into the Ministry of Justice as legal expert. His chief works are: "Die Motivirung des Ungarischen Civil-Gerichts-Verfahrens" and "Handbuch des Civil-Gerichts-Verfahrens," Budapest, 1894-97.

  • Pallas Lex., vii.
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