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By Niglia, Leone
This title explores the evolution of contract law in England, France, Germany and Italy during the 20th century from the perspectives of law and its context. It argues that contract law is not a legal abstraction, but part of a more concrete story of societal developments
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By Twigg-Flesner, Christian
Providing an overview of the current debates about the 'Europeanization' of contract law, this book charts how much English contract law has been subject to this activity. It is an ideal volume for those who wish to grasp the main issues quickly.
By Mitchell, Charles
Situations can give rise to questions of how two parties' common liability should be shared and how their relationships with the third party, and with one another, should be adjusted so as to ensure that they each pay their proper share. This book is based on the rules of English... law which determine the answers to these questions.Read more
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By Rose, Francis
Contains essays on the consequences of contractual failure by leading commercial lawyers from the common law world.
By Zimmermann, Reinhard
A comparative 2002 study of the European law of obligations, with a map for a common European approach.
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