In Romania most of the civil law judicial norms are found in the civil Code, but there are civil law norms that are present in other laws. If there are contradictions between the civil law norms that are found in the civil Code that refer to human rights and liberties, the dispositions in the civil Code must be applied in concordance with the Constitution, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other pacts and treaties that Romania is part of.
In regard to human rights and liberties the force of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and of other pacts and treaties that Romania is part of is greater even than the force of the regulations in the Constitution.
If there are discordances between the pacts and treaties relating to fundamental human rights the Romania is part of, and the civil Code, the international regulations have priority, with the exception when the civil Code or other Romanian laws have more favorable dispositions.
In matters regulated by the civil Code, EU norms have a superior judicial force than of the Romanian regulations.
Regarding human rights, the Romanian civil code is in its proper place.