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eBook European Contract Law: Scots and South African Perspectives (Edinburgh Studies in Law EUP) ePub

by Hector MacQueen,Reinhard Zimmermann

  • ISBN: 0748624252
  • Category: Humanities
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  • Author: Hector MacQueen,Reinhard Zimmermann
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (February 15, 2006)
  • Pages: 400
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Current official moves towards a European contract law within the .

Current official moves towards a European contract law within the European Union lend the critiques of PECL offered in this volume an especial urgency and significance. A European contract law is nearer to reality than ever before, and mere policy critiques of that possibility are no longer enough. Technical and substantive assessments of PECL are also essential. Reinhard Zimmermann is Director of the Max Planck Institute for Foreign Private and Private International Law, Hamburg, and Professor of Private Law, Roman Law, and Comparative Law in the University of Regensburg.

Contractual interpretation in civil law and common law jurisdictions proceeds from fundamentally different perspectives, particularly when viewed in light of a recognised international private law convention, the cisg. Comparing and contrasting the common law and the cisg shows the latter to be the product of a diplomatic conference comprising 62 States and eight international organisations and not a series of ancient pronouncements of English judges who developed commercial law through 19th century sensibilities.

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Home Browse Books Book details, European Contract Law: Scots and South African. This volume set out initially to test the claim that, as combinations of Civil and Common Law influences, the mixed systems of contract law in Scotland and South Africa have in some sense anticipated the content of the Principles of European Contract Law (PECL) concluded and published in 2003 by the unofficial Commission on European Contract Law presided over by Professor Ole Lando

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European Contract Law. Scots and South African Perspectives. Hector MacQueen has been a member of the Edinburgh Law School since 1979

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Common European Sales Law, European Contract Law, Harmonization of Laws, Regulatory Competition . de bloedige hand en neemt geen erffenis, indignitas succedendi, Roman law, Roman-Dutch law, South African law, succession law, unworthiness to inherit.

Common European Sales Law, European Contract Law, Harmonization of Laws, Regulatory Competition, Acquis Communautaire, Optional Instrument. 28. Vertragsschluss und Irrtum im europäischen Vertragsrecht: Textstufen transnationaler Modellregelungen (Contract Formation and Mistake in European Contract Law: A Genetic Comparison of Transnational Model Rules).

This book provides just such assessments from the perspective of Scots and South African contract lawyers, and is offered to the European debate without prejudice as to the deeper policy questions

Published by: Edinburgh University Press. This book provides just such assessments from the perspective of Scots and South African contract lawyers, and is offered to the European debate without prejudice as to the deeper policy questions.

Hector L. Macqueen, Reinhard Zimmermann

Hector L. Macqueen, Reinhard Zimmermann. This volume sets out initially to test the claim that, as combinations of Civil and Common Law influences, the mixed systems of contract law in Scotland and South Africa have anticipated the content of the Principles of European Contract Law (PECL) concluded and published in 2003 by the unofficial Commission on European Contract Law. The studies go much further, however. Current official moves towards a European contract law within the European Union lend the critiques of PECL offered in this volume an especial urgency and significance.

This volume sets out initially to test the claim that, as combinations of Civil and Common Law influences, the mixed systems of contract law in Scotland and South Africa have anticipated the content of the Principles of European Contract Law (PECL) concluded and published in 2003 by the unofficial Commission on European Contract Law. The studies go much further, however. Current official moves towards a European contract law within the European Union lend the critiques of PECL offered in this volume an especial urgency and significance. A European contract law is nearer to reality than ever before, and mere policy critiques of that possibility are no longer enough. Technical and substantive assessments of PECL are also essential. This book provides just such assessments from the perspective of Scots and South African contract lawyers, and is offered to the European debate without prejudice as to the deeper policy questions. At the same time it may help to inform Scots and South African lawyers about the substance of international developments in the field, and suggest ways in which their still vigorous and vital national laws may continue to be developed to remain in step with the needs of the present day.