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Re- De- Co-dification?

Re- De- Co-dification?
new insights on the codification of Private Law

  • ISBN: 9789462369009
  • Editorial: Eleven International Publishing
  • Lugar de la edición: The Hague. Países Bajos
  • Colección: Maastricht Law Series
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Medidas: 23 cm
  • Nº Pág.: 247
  • Idiomas: Inglés

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Is it time for jurisdictions to undertake recodification, decodification, or even codification of their private laws? This volume addresses this recurring question in legal science by presenting recent developments and new perspectives on the codification of private law from a comparative law viewpoint. Contributions in this volume explore how jurisdictions from America, Asia and Europe currently stand regarding codification and help generate awareness on different paths, yet also of common grounds. Codification exceeds jurisdictional borders, and therefore the experiences presented in this volume should be seen as part of a global phenomenon. Jurisdictions do not evolve in isolation, since the circulation of ideas – often present in transplantation or normative transfers – is able to shape codification. This volume should help assess the virtues and weaknesses of codification, thus offering insights into the status of a paradigm that stretches across the globe.

The Role of Travaux Préparatoires in the Interpretation and Application of
Civil Codes: A Dutch and German Perspective
Lars van Vliet and Michael Milo
The French Law of Obligations: A Brief Story of the 2016 Reform
Matthias Martin
Reforming Contract Law: From Myth to Reality!
Mustapha Mekki
The recodification of the Belgian Private Law: From a Family Model to an
Orphaned Cinderella
Vincent Sagaert
Codification: A Perspective from a Scottish Law Commissioner
Andrew J.M. Steven
Using Metaphors to Explain the Construction of Societal Buildings: A Look
into the Codification of Civil Law in Latin America
Agustín Parise
The Argentine Civil and Commercial Code of 2015
Julio César Rivera
The Louisiana Civil Codes: A Multilingual Experience
Olivier Moréteau
Restarting a Government of Laws in the United States of America
James R. Maxeiner
The Japanese Civil Code: Its First 120 Years
Andrea Ortolani


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