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Fundamental Texts on European Private Law

Editor(s): Oliver Radley-Gardner QC, Hugh Beale, Reinhard Zimmermann, Reiner Schulze
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Published: 03-11-2016
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Edition: 1st
Extent: 1652
ISBN: 9781782258667
Imprint: Hart Publishing
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About Fundamental Texts on European Private Law

Among the most significant legal developments of our time is the emergence of a European private law. The European Union has enacted regulations and directives which profoundly affect the practice, teaching and study of core areas of 'classical' private law. Within Europe, commissions have formulated principles of European contract, tort, family and insolvency law as well as aspects of commercial law. Furthermore, uniform private law can be found in a number of international conventions and sets of principles.

This second edition gathers together fundamental texts from these three sources into one convenient volume. Its emphasis is on general civil and commercial law, particularly on the obligations and property aspects of these.
This second edition is a sister volume to the original German edition, now in its 5th edition.

Table Of Contents

Part I: European Union Legislation Treaty and Charter provisions
Current Commission Proposals
Part II: Uniform Law
Part III: Common Principles


Review of the first edition
Undoubtedly this work is destined to become a core text in the new European private law enterprise.
” –  Martin Hogg, ZEuP

“We should welcome a new edition of the book that has deservedly established itself as a reference in Europe.” –  Francisco de Elizalde, Professor of Law, IE University, Maria de Molina, Madrid, Journal of European Consumer and Market Law

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