Rules for the Transfer of Movables: A Candidate for European Harmonisation or National Reforms?

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Walter de Gruyter, 2009 M04 27 - 280 páginas

Fünf angesehene Institute – das European Legal Studies Institute (Osnabrück), das Molengraaff Institute voor Privaatrecht (Utrecht), das Amsterdam Institute voor Privaatrecht, das Institute of European and Comparative Law (Oxford) sowie das Institut für Zivilrecht, Ausländisches und Internationales Privatrecht (Graz) – haben sich zusammengetan, um gemeinsam eine Reihe zum europäischen Recht herauszugeben.

 

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Organisational Framework Basic Issues and Goals
1
Consensual versus Delivery Systems in European Private Law Consensus about Tradition?
9
Can the Parties Design their Transfer?
47
An Abstract or a Causal System
59
How Swedish Lawyers Think about Ownership and Transfer of Ownership Are We Just Peculiar or Actually Ahead?
69
Scepticism about the Functional Approach from a Unitary Perspective
97
The Relationship between Transfer Rules and Rules on Creditors Avoidance of Debtors Transactions
123
How to Draft New Rules on the Bona Fide Acquisition of Movables for Europe? Some Remarks on Method and Content
141
Fiduciary Transfer and Ownership
161
Where to Draw the Dividing Line If at all?
175
The German Property Law and its Principles Some Lessons for a European Property Law
197
Property or Right? The Application of the Transfer Rules to Intellectual Property
217
Unification in the Field of Property Law from the Perspective of European Law
239
Estonia
249
Protection and Transfer of Possession
255
Backmatter
267

Good Faith Acquisition Why at all?
155

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