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Failure of Contracts

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Juli 1997

Beschreibung

Beschreibung

Essays on the consequences of contractual failure by leading commercial lawyers from the common law world.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Loss and gain at greater depth - the implications of the Ruxley decision, Janet O'Sullivan;
loss and gain at greater depth - the implications of the Ruxley decision - a comment, Edwin Peel;
remedies for breach of contract - specific enforcement and restitution, Richard Nolan;
remedies for breach of contract - specific enforcement and restitution - a comment, Peter Watts;
the proprietary consequences of contract failure - Sarah Worthington;
the proprietary consequences of contract failure - a comment, Janet Ulph;
restitution under Article 85(2) of the EC Treaty - can it be done?, Felicity Toube;
restitution under Article 85(2) of the EC Treaty - can it be done? a comment, Alison Jones;
restitution for termination of contract in German Law, Gerhard Dannemann;
failure of long-term contracts and the duty to re-negotiate, Erich Schanze;
failure of long-term contracts and the duty to re-negotiate - a comment, Geoffrey Samuel;
le mythe de la responsabilite contractuelle en Droit Francais, Christian Lapoyade Deschamps;
the myth of contractual liability in French law - a comment, Malcolm Clarke;
contract, unjustified enrichment and concurrent liability - a Scots perspective, Hector L. MacQueen;
contract, unjustified enrichment and concurrent liability - a Scots perspective - a comment, John Stevens;
contract and restitution - a few comparative remarks, Eltjo Schrage;
contract and restitution - a few comparative remarks - a comment, Brice Dickson;
restitution - contract's twin?, Steve Hedley;
restitution - contract's twin? - a comment, Robert Stevens. Appendix: the publications of Sir Guenter Treitel.

Portrait

Francis Rose is Professor of Commercial and Common Law at the University of Bristol.
EAN: 9781901362046
ISBN: 1901362043
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: HART PUB
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 1997
Seitenanzahl: 312 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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