The Future of European Contract Law
Professor Ewoud Hondius has been one of the most successful architects of comparative law research and education in the Netherlands. He has undertaken numerous efforts to advocate the unification and harmonization of private law by means of comparative studies which during his career have been welcomed all over the world. His understanding of the law of many jurisdictions is exceptional and his global network is impressive. He is a great European legal scholar and an ambassador for Dutch law, as witnessed by his innumerable publications.
This book has been compiled in order to appropriately admire Hondius inspiring contributions to the elaboration of European Contract Law. THe general topic of The Future of European Contract Law has been divided into five themes, many of them coinciding with the special interests of the honoured scholar himself:
- European Contract Law: Its Possibility, Feasibility and Desirability;
- The Common Frame of Reference and the Principles of Contract Law;
- The Europeanization of National Contract Law;
- The Better Law Approach in European Contract Law; and
- Consumer Contracts in Europe.
The wealth of material in this book contains a treasure of observations and visions of where contract law in Europe currently stands, as well as on how it should develop in the future. A collection of outstanding authors have contributed to this book. ;
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Preface EUROPEAN CONTRACT LAW: ITS POSSIBILITY, FEASIBILITY AND DESIRABILITY Guido Alpa The Future of European Contract Law: Some Questions and Some Answers Katharina Boele-Woelki/Vesna Lazić Where Do We Stand on the Rome I Regulation? Mauro Bussani The Geopolitical Role of a European Contract Code Serge Gijrath/Jan Smits European Contract Law in View of Technical and Economic Regulation Peter-Christian Müller-Graff Closer Cooperation in European Community Contract Law Rodolfo Sacco Does Contract Law Have a Future? Carla Sieburgh The Principle of Social Conformity Stephen Weatherill Maximum or Minimum Harmonisation - What Kind of ‘Europe’ Do We Want? THE COMMON FRAME OF REFERENCE AND THE PRINCIPLES OF CONTRACT LAW Jürgen Basedow The Common Frame of Reference and Insurance Contract Law Carlo Castronovo Common Frame of Reference: Conciliation or Clash? Steven Bartels/Ivo Giesen The Principles of European Law on Service Contracts: the Rules on Medical Treatment in a Future Europe Compared to the Rules in the Netherlands Marcel Fontaine Les principes d’Unidroit et la protection de la partie faible Ole Lando Termination for Breach of Contract in the CISG, the Principles of European Contract Law, the Unidroit Principles of International Commercial Contracts and Chinese Law THE EUROPEANIZATION OF NATIONAL CONTRACT LAW Luisa Antoniolli The Italian Consumer Code: A Milestone or a Monument? Stathis Banakas Intruding into Contracts between Others – The English Way Willem Grosheide Reflections on the Protection of the Weak Party in Dutch and EU Contract Law Bernd Stauder Die Europäisierung des schweizerischen Privatrechts – das Beispiel des Reiserechts THE BETTER LAW APPROACH IN EUROPEAN CONTRACT LAW Patrick Glenn Multivalent Logic and the Rome Convention Arthur Hartkamp Unjustified Enrichment and Condictio Indebiti in European Community Law Willibald Posch Does it Matter Whether Culpa in Contrahendo is Located in Tort/Delict or Contract? Oliver Remien Enforced Performance in European Contract Law - The Story of the Poor Banabans and the Hope for Happier Europeans Simon Whittaker The Interpretation of Concepts in European Private Law CONSUMER CONTRACTS IN EUROPE Martijn Hesselink SMEs in European Contract Law Paul Knol Consumer Contracts for Electronic Communications Services Hans-W. Micklitz Some Considerations on Cassis de Dijon and the Control of Unfair Contract Terms in Consumer Contracts Thom van Mierlo Consumer Protection on the Single Market: Self-Regulation for Dating Services Jules Stuyck Who is a Consumer?