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Contract law in changing times, Asian perspectives on pacta sunt servanda, edited by Normann Witzleb

Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Part A Pacta sunt servanda in changing times -- 1 Pacta sunt servanda, the common law and Hong Kong -- 2 Exceptions to pacta sunt servanda in the Chinese Civil Code -- 3 In a bubble by the sea: COVID-19, time and contract law in the Macau S.A.R. -- 4 Contracts in the time of COVID-19: Common law and statutory solutions in Singapore -- 5 The principle of pacta sunt servanda and its exceptions under Japanese contract law -- 6 Change of circumstances in Korean contract law: An exception to pacta sunt servanda -- Part B Pacta sunt servanda in specific contexts -- 7 The property management service contract with Chinese characteristics: An exception to pacta sunt servanda? -- 8 Pacta sunt servanda in the age of cryptocurrency: The case of China -- 9 Post-employment non-compete agreements under the Taiwan Labour Standards Act and pacta sunt servanda -- 10 Pacta sunt servanda and the consumer's right of withdrawal -- 11 Contract enforcement during the Global Financial Crisis: Lessons for the coming tsunami -- Part C Pacta sunt servanda in international law -- 12 Invoking COVID-19 to suspend or terminate the operation of a treaty -- 13 Treaties and pacta sunt servanda: A shared concept for the PRC? -- 14 Pacta sunt servanda: Comfort letters in an age of instability and strategic rivalry -- Part D Conclusion -- 15 Pacta sunt servanda - a maxim and its exceptions in comparative perspective -- Index
Literary Form
non fiction
Includes index
Physical Description
1 online resource (283 pages)
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