Die Chancen für eine einheitliche Auslegung eines Europäischen Zivilgesetzbuches
The creation of a European Code is on the political agenda of the EU. Its goal is to at least partially unify the civil law of all member states. However, the creation of a uniform law does not actually create a legal entity. Furthermore, comparative literature casts doubt on whether uniform applications of judicial practice can be achieved given the differences of design of member states' laws in respect to differing cultures, not to mention the multiple languages that exist in the EU. This brings about the question whether a European Civil Code would only reside on paper shortly after its creation, whereas practical application would once again disintegrate into as many parts as there are member states. This paper critically analyzes central theoretical concerns and test them against practical observations. German text.
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