Since its original publication ten years ago, Towards a European Civil Code has become an international classic. It is both a preeminent reference in the debate on the future of European private law, and a standard text in legal education in many European universities. This third, fully revised and expanded edition includes new contributions on such important matters as the following: constitutionalisation; social concerns; economic analysis; arguments against a European civil code; e-commerce; and sales, service and insurance contracts. All forty four chapters have been brought fully up to date with European and national developments, making Towards a European Civil Code the cornerstone in any endeavour involving issues in European private law.became insular in the particular sense in which its elite culture thematised the separateness, distinctive- ness or a#39;peculiaritya#39; of the English, as well as their unique destinyaquot;.20 Johan Huizinga observed with characteristic perspicacity that anyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Towards a European Civil Code|
|Author||:||E. H. Hondius|
|Publisher||:||Kluwer Law International - 2004-01-01|