Principles, Definitions and Model Rules of European Private Law: Draft Common Frame of Reference (DCFR), Volume 2
In this volume, the Study Group and the Acquis Group present the first academic Draft of a Common Frame of Reference (DCFR). The Draft is based in part on a revised version of the Principles of European Contract Law (PECL) and contains Principles, Definitions and Model Rules of European Private Law in an interim outline edition. It covers the books on contracts and other juridical acts, obligations and corresponding rights, certain specific contracts, and non-contractual obligations. One purpose of the text is to provide material for a possible "political" Common Frame of Reference (CFR) which was called for by the European Commission's Action Plan on a More Coherent European Contract Law of January 2003.
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Table of Destinations
Table of Derivations
Contracts and other juridical acts
Obligations and corresponding rights
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acceptance acquis communautaire agreed appropriate adaptations Article or derogate assignor Book buyer Carlo Castronovo Chapter circumstances client commercial agent concluded consumer contract contract for sale contractual obligation contractual relationship creditor creditor's rights damage caused DCFR Model Rules Edgar du Perron enriched person entitled European Commission European Union exclude the application faith and fair franchisee franchisor juridical act lack of conformity lease period legally relevant damage lessee lessor liability Linked contracts mandate contract Matthias Storme movable non-contractual notice notification paragraph particular payment PECL perform the obligations personal security pre-contractual principal principal's private law Professor prospective contract purposes reasonably be expected relation reparation representative result right to performance rights and obligations risk Scope Section security provider security provider's seller service provider set-off solidary debtors storer supplier supply terminate third party third person tion transfer treatment provider unfair unjustified enrichment unless vary its effects withdrawal withhold performance