Towards a European civil code

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Ars Aequi Libri, 1994 - Law - 464 pages
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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.

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Contents

Substantive
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Private Law Unification by Means other than of Codification
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The Formation of Contracts
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Copyright

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