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by Thomas Wilhelmsson

Perspectives of Critical Contract Law download ebook
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1855213192
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978-1855213197
Author:
Thomas Wilhelmsson
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Dartmouth Pub Co (June 1, 1993)
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414 pages
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Part 5 Consumers and contract law: contract law: the challenge for the critical contract lawyer, Geraint Howells; consumer law in the year 1992 in Europe and the Netherlands: law for the consumer or law for the market, Roef Stutterheim; on feasibility of social-oriented concepts in contract law. show more.

theory and places special emphasis on the changes in modern contract thinking and the future perspectives of contract. law. Perhaps most importantly, it provides a comparative approach which transcends national peculiarities. Contract Law and European Integration: Protection of Consumers Economic Interests by the EC. through Contract Law, Norbert Reich; Scandinavian Contract Law within the EEC. A Social Dimension in Contract Law by.

For scholars interested in contract law in particular, this is a book not to b. .

the book is a strikingly original examination of private law, informed by prodigious learning, and the arguments are developed in a persuasive, scholarly fashion. For scholars interested in contract law in particular, this is a book not to be missed at any price. Journal of Consumer Policy 17 1994 show more. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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University of Helsinki - Faculty of Law. Abstract. A scheme describing six welfarist directions in modern contract law is used to assess the extent to which current European measures that affect contract law have embraced these welfarist developments. Although some EC legislation may be interpreted as possessing elements of a limited welfarist perspective, it is concluded that bolder welfarist strands have proved largely absent. A European civil code or contract code would prove too static an instrument to promote the evolution of further welfarist developments

Some key elements of contract law, including consumer law, of the Welfare State are singled ou.

Some key elements of contract law, including consumer law, of the Welfare State are singled out. The work focuses on the person-orientation of modern law as a challenge to the traditional abstract legal form. The aim is to explore the limits for a contract law radically oriented towards the personal social and economic needs of the parties. This endeavour involves the creation of new legal concepts such as social force majeure.

39 See Thomas Wilhelmsson, Questions for a Critical Contract Law – and a Contradictory Answer: Contract as Social Cooperation, in Perspectives of Critical Contract Law 9, 30 (Thomas Wilhelmsson e. 1993) and Brigitta. 1993) and Brigitta Lurger, Grundfragen der Vereinheitlichung des Vertragsrechts in der Europäischen Union 457 et se.

Rethinking EU Consumer Law offers a fresh and authoritative critical . A book every consumer law scholar would have liked to write

Rethinking EU Consumer Law offers a fresh and authoritative critical perspective on this important (and very active) area of law by leading academics in this field. Howells, Twigg-Flesner and Wilhelmsson show why EU consumer law should focus less on maximum harmonisation, why a high level of consumer protection enhances EU businesses' international competitiveness, and why the 'average consumer' benchmark should take the lessons of behavioural economics to heart. A book every consumer law scholar would have liked to write. Elise Poillot, Consumer Law Clinic, University of Luxembourg.

This text contains the plenary reports and a selection of working group reports from a seminar on critical contract law held near Helsinki in May 1992. The purpose of the seminar was to bring together the ongoing discourses on the welfare state and its crisis, and on the alternative paradigms of contracts law with the discourse on international harmonization of contract law, especially in Europe and within the European Communities. The theory of contract is related to other social theories such as the theory of a risk society. The possibilities of socially oriented perspectives of contract law in the next millennium are discussed. The text contains articles written by scholars from England, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Denmark, Norway and Finland, among others.