1. This book revolves around major legal developments in the fields of European contract law and tort law from 1981 to today and examines whether similarities or divergences can be observed.
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    €79.-

  2. This rise of a particular kind of European Union legislation known as the ‘optional instrument’ is a novel trend in the context of EU law, and one that until now has not been comprehensively mapped or explored. This study examines and discusses existing and proposed EU Optional Instruments (OIs) in different fields of European law, including company law, intellectual property law and procedural law (such as the European Company, the Community ...
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    €78.-
  3. Share Purchase Agreements

    Publication date: February 25, 2016

    This book analyses share purchase agreements governed by Belgian law used for company acquisitions, whereby a purchaser acquires control over a Belgian target company through the acquisition of a controlling shareholding.
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    €160.-

  4. This book analyses the theory of efficient breach in English sales law, European Union contract law and Chinese contract law. It analyses the framework of the efficient breach theory and reconsiders the implications of this theory.
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    €90.-

  5. This book brings together the papers presented at the Society of European Contract Law’s 13th annual conference. It discusses the effect of constitutional principles, common principles to the laws of the EU Member States and whether common principles can be transferred into rules.
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    €49.-
  6. Linked Contracts

    Publication date: May 16, 2012

    Modern society is full of linked contracts: a plurality of separately concluded contracts that are somehow interrelated. However, contract law is still primarily centred on traditional contractual relations between (just) two parties. This book therefore explores the legal consequences of the existence of linked contracts. It thereby provides insights for practice and academia in this new phenomenon.
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    €46.-

  7. The Draft Common Frame of Reference is the result of more than 25 years of academic research on European private law, and was published in October 2009. Against this background, this book presents and critically analyses the DCFR, and situates it in relation to current Belgian and European private law.
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    €100.-

  8. By presenting historical materials, this volume elucidates the quandary of the law of obligations when it has to answer the question what a creditor eventually will acquire: damages or specific performance?
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    €44.-