7 edition of Making European private law found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Fabrizio Cafaggi and Horatia Muir-Watt.|
|Contributions||Cafaggi, Fabrizio., Muir Watt, Horatia.|
|LC Classifications||KJE995 .M35 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 355 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||355|
|LC Control Number||2008923420|
The private international law of the Member States is increasingly regulated by the EU, making private international law ever less 'national' and ever more EU based. Consequently, EU law in this area has penetrated national law to a very high degree, making it an essential area of study and an area of increasing importance to practising lawyers /5(3). Since its formation, the European Union has expanded beyond all expectations; this seems set to continue as more countries seek accession and the scope of EU law expands, touching more and more aspects of its citizens' lives. The EU has never been stronger and yet it now appears to be reaching a crisis point, beset on all sides by conflict and challenges to its legitimacy.
The European Review of Private Law aims to provide a forum which facilitates the development of European Private Law. It publishes work of interest to academics and practitioners across European boundaries. Comparative work in any ﬁ eld of private law is welcomed. The journal deals especially with comparative case law. in Europe. As was recognised by the European Group of Private International law, the very debate on the emergence of a new ius commune in fact also creates an environment propitious to the academic elaboration of a European private international law code. The codification ofFile Size: KB.
European private law. The European Union may be perceived as a multi-level governance system in which a European private law can be established both by harmonisation and by the OMC. After considerable discussion of the role of comparative law and the EU regime on private law, it makes a dual proposal. It argues for traditional harmonisation. In The New European Private Law, Martijn W. Hesselink presents a revised and supplemented collection of essays written over the last five years on European private law.. He argues that the creation of a common private law in Europe is not merely a matter of rediscovering the old ius commune or of neutrally establishing the present 'common core' which may be codified in a European Civil Code.
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This book covers various perspectives on the challenge of designing governance for EPL: the implications of a multi-level system in terms of competences, the interplay between market integration and regulation, the legitimacy of private law making, the importance of self-regulation, the usefulness of conflict of law rules, the role of intergovernmental institutions, and the aftermath of by: 1.
The private law of the Member States of the European Union has become more and more 'European'. The fact that the European Union is making ever more use of directives as an instrument to achieve private law goals, is, in this context, not the most important development.
The Making of European Private Law: Why, How, What, Who [Moccia, Luigi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Making of European Private Law: Why, How, What, WhoFormat: Paperback. Making European Private Law Governance Design. edited by Fabrizio Cafaggi and Horatia Muir-Watt.
Edward Elgar, The debate concerning the desirability and modes of harmonisation of European Private Law (EPL) has, until now, been mainly concerned with substantive rules.
The Europeanisation of European Private Law (EPL) is an ongoing process that has gained momentum with the communautarisation of judicial cooperation in Author: Ivan Sammut.
This book covers various perspectives on the challenge of designing governance for EPL: the implications of a multi-level system in terms of competences, the interplay between market integration and regulation, the legitimacy of private law making, the importance of self-regulation, the usefulness of conflict of law rules, the role of intergovernmental institutions, and the aftermath of enlargement.
The Making of European Private Law. the emergence of a vigorous debate about the need for and the feasibility of a European ius commune in the field of private law. This book provides the reader with a systematic overview of this debate and describes the fragmentary European private law that already exists (by way of European directives.
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As one of the most definitive texts on the market, European Private International Law provides an essential guide for both students and practitioners to the complex field of international litigation within the by: 8. Using book and chapter pages; Using Research Literature Reviews; Elgaronline User Help Videos - Spanish; Purchase Options.
Major subject collections; Encyclopedia of Private International Law; Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, 2nd Edition; Making European Private Law Governance DesignCited by: 1. law, and that the real purpose of the private international law is the coordination of legal systems, it seems more logical to say that such private European international law, should be borrowed from the these two traditions and have the characteristics of a mix Size: KB.
Constructing Modern European Private Law A Hybrid System Author(s): Ivan Sammut. Book Description. The Europeanisation of European Private Law (EPL) is an ongoing process that has gained momentum with the communautarisation of judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters with the Amsterdam Treaty.
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How EU decisions are made. The essay provides a reflection on European Regulatory Private Law (ERPL), as both a perspective on and a model of European legal integration. First, it outlines some of the problems familiar to legal and other scholars that give rise to ERPL as a perspective on legal integration, including the pluralisation of legal sources and institutions Author: Yane Svetiev.
As one of the most definitive texts on the market, European Private International Law provides an essential guide for both students and practitioners to the complex field of international litigation within the EU.
In this book he discusses some of the most important choices which will have to be made with regard to culture, principles, politics, models, rights, concepts and structure in the new European.
Get this from a library. The making of European private law: toward a ius commune europaeum as a mixed legal system.
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Fabrizio Cafaggi / Horatia Muir Watt: The Making of European Private Law - 3 - Abstract The current debate on the desirability and modes of formation of European Private Law (“EPL”) is engaging a wide number of scholars and institutions.
Current work concerns the search for a common core of EPL. The steps of the EU law making-process, different types of laws, how to track and contribute to law-making.
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