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The draft common frame of reference (DCFR) and its role as a model for a european civil code

Show simple item record Ингелькофер, С. 2018-05-02T09:03:33Z 2018-05-02T09:03:33Z 2012-02
dc.identifier.isbn 9965-513-86-4
dc.description.abstract The process that led to the DCFR involved only a small group of experts. As a consequence, there are doubts that the DCFR as it exists today is the best possible solution.Therefore there is – one the one hand – a strong demand from lawyers and the academic community to involve them into a fair and full discussion and to give them the opportunity to conduct a thorough review. After a thorough discussion, the implementation of an EU civil code will be very likely. On the other hand, the DCFR has incited a debate which is in itself worthwhile because it contributes to the debate of EU contract law. It can be affirmed that the general process of harmonization of law within the European Union and especially the one ended in the DCFR and the Feasibility Study is of great importance for the further development of EU civil law. ru_RU
dc.language.iso en ru_RU
dc.publisher Право и государство ru_RU
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dc.subject The Commissions Green Paper ru_RU
dc.subject european civil code ru_RU
dc.subject Research Subject Categories::LAW/JURISPRUDENCE ru_RU
dc.title The draft common frame of reference (DCFR) and its role as a model for a european civil code ru_RU
dc.type Статья (Article) ru_RU

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