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Alternative ways to ius commune : the Europeanisation of private law / editors, Marco B.M. Loos, Anne L.M. Keirse.


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Cambridge, U.K. ; Portland : Intersentia ; [Maastricht, The Netherlands] : METRO, c2012.
  • Book
  • xi, 255 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Title Variation:
Europeanisation of private law
Europeanization of private law
Includes bibliographical references.
  • The optional instrument and the Consumer rights directive : alternative ways to a new ius commune in contract law : introduction / Marco B.M. Loos and Anne L.M. Keirse
  • Private law, global governance and the European Union / Jan Wouters
  • Cross-border family relations in Europe : towards a common European matrimonial property law based upon cooperation between private international law and substantive law / Katharina Boele-Woelki
  • A historical perspective on the protection of weaker parties : non-state regulators, colonial trade, and the market for junk bonds (16th-17th centuries) / Wim Decock
  • The impact of Directive 2011/83/EU on consumer rights / Anca D. Chiriţă
  • The proposal for a Common European sales law : how its drafting process might affect the optional instrument's added value for contract parties and its success / Esther van Schagen
  • Historical perspectives on the remedies / C.J. de Bruijn
  • Remedies in the European harmonisation projects : enforced performances, termination and damages / Tâm Dang Vu
  • The seller's right to cure in the CISG and the Common European sales law / Sonja A. Kruisinga
  • Price reduction as a remedy in European contract law and the consumer acquis / Sanne Jansen
  • Suspension as a temporary defence in European contract law / Sanne Jansen
  • Rethinking the treatment of the mitigation of loss under the Common European sales law / Anne L.M. Keirse.
Loos, Marco, 1969-
Keirse, Anne L. M., 1975-
Ius commune europaeum v. 105.

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