Towards a European Civil Code

Titre : Towards a European Civil Code
Auteur : E. H. Hondius
Éditeur : Kluwer Law International
ISBN-13 : 9789041122803
Libération : 2004-01-01

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Since its original publication ten years ago, Towards a European Civil Code has become an international classic. It is both a preeminent reference in the debate on the future of European private law, and a standard text in legal education in many European universities. This third, fully revised and expanded edition includes new contributions on such important matters as the following: constitutionalisation; social concerns; economic analysis; arguments against a European civil code; e-commerce; and sales, service and insurance contracts. All forty four chapters have been brought fully up to date with European and national developments, making Towards a European Civil Code the cornerstone in any endeavour involving issues in European private law.

Towards a European Civil Code

Titre : Towards a European Civil Code
Auteur : A. Hartkamp
Éditeur : Kluwer Law International
ISBN-13 : 9789041110312
Libération : 1998-06-29

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On its first appearance in 1994, Towards a European Civil Code ushered in the new field of European private law. After its publication a great number of major events took place. to mention only a few: both the UNIDROIT and the Lando Commission published their Principles; Markesinis published a book on the gradual convergence of common law and civil law in Europe, Ktz and Von Bar published the first book on European Contract Law, and European Tort Law, respectively; the Trento Project on the Common Core of Private Law in Europe was commenced by Mattei and Bussani; and an international conference was held in the Hague under the very title Towards a European Civil Code . These events, and indeed many others, convinced us that the idea of a commonly held civil code for Europe is not as bold as it might have seemed when we started preparations for the first edition of this book in 1991. European private law has become an established field of research in which many eminent scholars from all over Europe are involved. Courses on European private law are taught at several European universities. All these events - and the commercial success of the first edition - call for this second edition, which differs from the first in several respects. First, we have added several new subjects, which have increased the number of chapters from 23 to 36. Secondly, we no longer asked the contributors to discuss the feasibility of a European civil code - except for a few chapters which deal with completely new topics - but instead to directly address the possible content of common rules. Thirdly, we are glad to welcome some new authors for some of the subjects already included in the first edition. Finally, all chapters have been updated.

Towards a European Civil Code

Titre : Towards a European Civil Code
Auteur : A. S. Hartkamp
Éditeur : Kluwer Law International
ISBN-13 : 9789041133571
Libération : 2011

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Since its original publication in 1994, Towards a European Civil Code has become an international classic. This fourth edition of the book reflects the current state of the debate on the future of European private law and provides materials for academic teaching in this field. The Chapters of the book, written by a large number of experts on European private law, address the main topics of debate, taking into account the laws of the European Member States, the acquis communautaire in the area of private law and sets of model rules, such as the Principles of European Contract Law and the Principles of European Tort Law. Moreover, in this fourth edition of the volume, authors pay particular attention to recent developments regarding the drafting of a Common Frame of Reference for European private law. With few exceptions, the existing Chapters have been updated, and new contributions have been included on: and• private regulation; and• the influence of primary EU law on private law; and• competition and contract law; and• proceduralisation of private law; and• the legislative competence of the EU in the field of private law; and• constitutional aspects of a European Civil Code; and• the notion of damage; and• the law and economics of harmonizing European private law; and• defects of consent in contract law; and• hardship and modification of the contract; and• financial services; and• suretyships by private persons; and• vicarious liability; and• liability for land and structures; and and• good faith acquisition of movables. Thus, this new, revised and expanded edition of Towards a European Civil Code forms a primary point of reference for policy makers, practitioners, academics and students engaged in matters of European private law.

Towards a European civil code

Titre : Towards a European civil code
Auteur : A. S. Hartkamp
Éditeur : Aspen Pub
ISBN-13 : 0792326253
Libération : 1994

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The 1989 the European Parliament called For The elaboration of a European Civil Code and although the European Commission has not yet shown much enthusiasm for this idea, many legal scholars consider it to be a great challenge. Towards a European Civil Code brings together Europe's most renowned legal academics who write on the desirability and possible content of a European Civil Code. The book is divided into two parts. The first part examines the general issues which concern the unification of private law in Europe. The second part considers the feasibility of unification of those areas of private law that we considered to be appropriate for a unification on a European level. Because of the numerous references made throughout the book To The UNIDROIT Principles for International Commercial Contracts and To The Principles of European Contract Law, these texts have been reproduced in an annex to this book.

Towards a European Civil Code

Titre : Towards a European Civil Code
Auteur : Anna Konert
Éditeur :
ISBN-13 : 8360694443
Libération : 2012

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Towards a Chinese Civil Code

Titre : Towards a Chinese Civil Code
Auteur : Lei Chen
Éditeur : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN-13 : 9789004204874
Libération : 2012-11-13

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Currently, China is drafting its new Civil Code. Against this background, the Chinese legal community has shown a growing interest in various legal and legislative ideas from around the world. "Towards a Chinese Civil Code" aims at providing the necessary historical and comparative legal perspectives. The book addresses the following topics: property law, contract law, tort law and civil procedure.

The European Civil Code

Titre : The European Civil Code
Auteur : Hugh Collins
Éditeur : Cambridge University Press
ISBN-13 : 0521713374
Libération : 2008-11-20

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Hugh Collins argues that the European Union should develop a civil code to provide uniform rules for contracts, property rights and protection against civil wrongs, thus drawing together the differing national traditions with respect to the detailed regulation of civil society. The benefits of such a code would lie not so much in facilitating cross border trade, but in establishing foundations for a denser network of transnational relations of civil society, which in turn would help to overcome the present popular resistance to effective and functional political institutions at a European level. These principled foundations for a more inclusive and less balkanised civil society in Europe also provide elements of a required European social model that offers necessary safeguards for consumers, workers and disadvantaged groups against the pressures of market forces in an increasingly global economic system.

Towards a European Legal Culture

Titre : Towards a European Legal Culture
Auteur : Geneviève Helleringer
Éditeur : Hart Pub Limited
ISBN-13 : 184946491X
Libération : 2014

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European harmonisation efforts such as a European civil code, European constitutional treaties, European principles, and European fundamental rights are frequently criticised for building on or creating a European legal culture that does not exist; in reality what we have is European legal pluralism. Some have argued that the pluralistic structure of European law hinders the development of a community, which is a necessary requirement for a European legal culture. And if there can be no common European legal culture then there is no basis for harmonising exercises.The contributors to this book explore in different legal areas whether in fact the contrary is true. Cultural pluralism might indeed be a distinctive feature of European legal culture. Diversity is not something that is in opposition to, but rather constitutes a new, different understanding of European legal culture. The contributions demonstrate in detail how such an approach inter alia in the areas of private, corporate, administrative and constitutional law furthers understanding of a developing European legal culture, how it offers theoretical and doctrinal insights, and how it adds critical perspective.

European Law in the Past and the Future

Titre : European Law in the Past and the Future
Auteur : R. C. van Caenegem
Éditeur : Cambridge University Press
ISBN-13 : 0521006481
Libération : 2002

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R. C. van Caenegem considers the historical reasons behind European legal diversity.

The Making of European Private Law

Titre : The Making of European Private Law
Auteur : J. M. Smits
Éditeur : Intersentia nv
ISBN-13 : 9789050951913
Libération : 2002-01

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Over the last decade, Europe has witnessed the emergence of a vigorous debate about the need for and the feasibility of a future European ius commune in the field of private law. This book critically discusses this debate and provides a systematic overview of the various initiatives taken and describes the fragmentary European private law that already exists (by way of European directives, international conventions, etc.).