Introduction to comparative law, Volume 1
The second edition of this highly acclaimed text, first published in English in 1977, is an invaluable introduction to comparative law. The authors cover all angles of the subject from the general concept, functions, and history of comparative law to more sophisticated aspects of contract and tort law.
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A CONTRACT I
A GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS I
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ABGB acceptance accident agreement apply assignment assignor astreinte BGH NJW BGHZ breach of contract Bundesgerichtshof caused circumstances Civil Code claim damages claim for damages clause Code civil Codice Common Law compensation consideration contractor Cour de Cassation Court of Cassation creditor debtor decision defective defendant defendant's doctrine droit duty economic employer English enrichment claim error example fault French law German law ground harm imposed injured invalid judge judgment juristic act law of contract Law of Obligations law of tort lawyers legal systems LQ Rev mistake negligence obligation payment performance person plaintiff principle promise protection purchaser question reason Recht Reichsgericht rem verso rescind rescission restitution risk rule specific standard terms statute strict liability Swiss third party transaction transfer Uniform Commercial Code unjust enrichment unjustified enrichment valid vendor victim
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