Monistic system

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The one- tier system is a form of organizational constitution for companies .

At tier system ( Engl. "One-tier system") is not institutionally separate the management of the monitoring. Rather, these two functions are performed by one and the same body ( board of directors , administrative board).

In contrast to the one -tier system , the dual -tier system ("two-tier system") separates management ( management board ) and supervision ( supervisory board ).

In international law , one speaks of a monistic system when an international treaty has direct effect on authorities and individuals within the state without this treaty being adopted in a state law. Here, too, there is the contrast to the dualistic system .

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  1. Seiler Hansjörg, Introduction to Law , p. 131, 2nd amended and improved edition, Schulthess Verlag, 2004