Private Autonomy in Germany and Poland and in the Common European Sales Law

Private Autonomy in Germany and Poland and in the Common European Sales Law

Edited by: Tim Drygala, Bettina Heiderhoff, Marco Staake, Grzegorz Zmij Publication date: June 2012 Extent: x, 125 pages

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ISBN 978-3-86653-963-1
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Please note: The print edition of this book is sold out. The eBook is still available at DeGruyter.

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Private autonomy is a fundamental principle of civil law - even more against the background of increasing Europeanization. How is this principle implemented in the Proposal for a Common European Sales Law (CESL), in German and in Polish Law? Read the informative proceedings of the international conference on "Private Autonomy in Germany, Poland and Europe" held at the University of Leipzig. The topics of the volume range from fundamental aspects, such as the term autonomy as a "legal axiom", to specific issues like the freedom of contract in the CESL and the control of unfair contract terms in business to business transactions.

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