1 edition of The future of European property law found in the catalog.
The future of European property law
J. H. M. van Erp
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Sjef van Erp, Arthur Salomons, Bram Akkermans|
|LC Classifications||KJE1315 .F88 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 246 p. :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|ISBN 10||9783866531727, 9783866539310|
|LC Control Number||2012357338|
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European Intellectual Property Law offers a full account of the nature, context, and effect of European IP law. The amount and reach of European law- and decision-making in the field of intellectual property has grown exponentially since the s, making it increasingly difficult to treat European IP regimes as mere adjuncts to domestic and international regimes. Comparative property law, once considered to be fairly static, is turning into an increasingly dynamic field of law. This is to a considerable degree a consequence of European and global economic integration, and the resulting legal integration. The national property laws, whether belonging to the civilian or the common law tradition, will all.
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In this book current developments in European property law (particularly the Draft Common Frame of Reference) are analysed and evaluated, focussing on secured transactions and mortgage law. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm: Contents: Common Frame of Reference and property law: a general introduction / Eleanor Cashin Ritaine --The DCFR [Draft Common Frame of Reference] trusts: a common law perspective / William Swadling --The trust book in the DCFR: a civil.
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The tensions which can be seen are considerably greater than in other areas of private law. The need for the integration of the mortgage market in Europe; The DCFR Book on Secured Transactions: Some Policy Choices made by the Working Group; Three questions in relation to the scope of Book IX DCFR; Registered European Security Instrument in a Multilingual European Union; Between Property Law and Contract Law: the Case of Securities.
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The Treaty of Maastricht had just entered into force and a new era in the European integration process was about to Author: Bram Akkermans. A further problem are developments such as the creation of "virtual" property, which force us to critcially rethink traditional property final conclusion is that there is a future for European property law, especially if we follow a functionalist-pragmatic approach as can The future of European property law book seen in ECJ case law, but that we should move with great care.
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The book covers the early development, challenges and philosophy of international law and international jurisprudential process.This book addresses some key methodological and institutional issues affecting the development of European intellectual property law.
It consists of 14 chapters contributed by judges and academics from the UK and Continental Europe. After an introduction, which gives an overview of the present European intellectual property law system, the different models of harmonization that are presented.Property law is the area of law that governs the various forms of ownership in real property (land) and personal ty refers to legally protected claims to resources, such as land and personal property, including intellectual property.
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