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  1. Is the unification and harmonisation of (international) family law in Europe necessary? Is it feasible, desirable and possible? Reading the different contributions to this book may certainly inspire those who would like to find the right answers to these questions.
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  2. This work, thanks to the translation of the rules of Private International Law in the field of family law, provides lawyers, civil servants and consular officers with insight into the applicable rules in international cases. It is hoped that this work will also further contribute to the development of an international legal discourse on the development of family law in other jurisdictions.
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  3. The 1980 UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods unifies the law governing the rights and obligations arising from a contract for the international sale of goods for the seller and the buyer. One of the main obligations for the seller under the Convention is to deliver goods which are in conformity with the contract (art. 35 CISG). With respect to this particular obligation, a number of questions have arisen. This book c...
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  4. The enforcement of international contracts in the European Union is increasingly dependent on Community (rather than national) private international law. This book examines the present status and future prospects of Community private international law in the contractual area. It focuses in particular upon the joint analysis of the Rome Convention of 19 June 1980 on the law applicable to contractual obligations (which is likely to be converted ...
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  5. The CEFL presents its first Principles of European Family Law in the field of divorce and maintenance between former spouses. The Principles aim to bestow the most suitable means for the harmonisation of family laws in Europe. In this respect they may serve as a frame of reference for national, European and international legislatures alike.
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  6. This collection represents a considerable testament to the range and depth of Peter Plompen’s expertise, his unique contribution to the development of European and national competition law.
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  7. This volume contains twenty-three contributions related to: (1) divorce and maintenance between former spouses, (2) parental responsibilities, (3) informal long-term relationships and (4) the revised Brussels II Regulation.
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  8. This volume contains twenty-three contributions related to: (1) divorce and maintenance between former spouses, (2) parental responsibilities, (3) informal long-term relationships and (4) the revised Brussels II Regulation.
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    € 69,-

  9. This book serves as a reference tool for all those who require information regarding the substantive law rules concerning new forms of non-marital registered relationships in the countries researched, as well as for those interested in the private international law aspects of these relationships.
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  10. This book also contains a theoretical component that draws insights and inspiration from autonomy-based theories of contract, law and economics, notions of fairness and socio-legal perspectives to establish why contracting parties leave gaps in their contracts, whether intervention is justified and, if so, how gaps in contracts should be filled.
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