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Dalhuisen on Transnational Comparative, Commercial, Financial and Trade Law

3 Volume Set

By: Jan H Dalhuisen
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Published: 12-01-2017
Format: Hardback
Edition: 6th
ISBN: 9781509907533
Imprint: Hart Publishing
RRP : £300.00
 

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About Dalhuisen on Transnational Comparative, Commercial, Financial and Trade Law

This is the sixth edition of the leading work on transnational and comparative commercial and financial law, covering a wide range of complex topics in the modern law of international commerce, finance and trade. As a guide for students and practitioners it has proven to be unrivaled. The work is divided into three volumes, each of which can be used independently or as part of the complete work.

Volume one covers the roots and foundations of private law; the different orientations and structure of civil and common law; the concept, forces, and theoretical basis of the transnationalisation of the law in the professional sphere; the autonomous sources of the new law merchant or modern lex mercatoria, its largely finance-driven impulses; and its relationship to domestic public policy and public order requirements.

Volume two deals with transnational contract, movable and intangible property law.

Volume three deals with financial products and financial services, with the structure and operation of modern commercial and investment banks, and with financial risk, stability and regulation, including the fall-out from the recent financial crisis and regulatory responses in the US and Europe.

All three volumes may be purchased separately or as part of this set.

Table Of Contents

Volume 1
Chapter 1: The Transnationalisation of Commercial and Financial Law. The New Lex Mercatoria Concerning Professional Dealings and its Sources
Part I The Emergence of the Modern Lex Mercatoria, its Method, Structure and Antecedents. Civil and Common Law Thinking
Part II The Nature, Status and Function of Private International Law
Part III The Substance and Operation of Transnational Commercial and Financial Law or the Modern Lex Mercatoria

Chapter 2: The Transnationalisation of Commercial, Financial and Investment Dispute Resolution
Part I International Commercial Arbitration
Part II International Financial Arbitration
Part III Foreign Investment Arbitration
Part IV The Reasoning of International Arbitrators

Volume 2
Chapter 1: Transnational Contract Law
Part I General
Part II Contracts for the International Sale of Goods
Part III Contractual Agency


Chapter 2: Transnational Movable Property Law
Part I Ownership, Possession and Limited, Future, Conditional or Temporary Proprietary Rights in Chattels and Intangible Assets
Part II Negotiable Documents of Title and Negotiable Instruments
Part III Investment Securities

Volume 3
Chapter 1: Financial Products and Services
Part I Secured Transactions, Finance Sales and Other Financial Products and Services
Part II Financial Products and Funding Techniques. Private, Regulatory and International Aspects
Part III Payments, Modern Payment Methods and Systems. Set-off and Netting as Ways of Payment. International Payments. Money Laundering
Part IV Security Entitlements and their Transfers Through Securities Accounts. Securities Repos

Chapter 2: Financial Risk, Financial Stability and the Role of Financial Regulation
Part I Financial Services, Financial Service Providers, Financial Risk and Financial Regulation
Part II International Aspects of Financial Services Regulation: The Effects of Globalisation and the Autonomy of the International Capital Markets. The Developments in GATT/WTO, the EU and BIS/IOSCO/IAIS
Part III The EU Regulations and Directives Concerning the Internal Market in Financial Services: Early Action, the European Passport, the 1998 EU Action Plan for a Single Market in Financial Services, and Further Action Following the 2008 Financial Crisis

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