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Codifying contract law, international and consumer law perspectives, edited by Mary Keyes, Therese Wilson

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Codifying contract law, international and consumer law perspectives, edited by Mary Keyes, Therese Wilson
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Main title
Codifying contract law
Oclc number
880374843
Responsibility statement
edited by Mary Keyes, Therese Wilson
Series statement
Markets and the law
Sub title
international and consumer law perspectives
Summary
Exploring the advantages and disadvantages of codifying contract law, this book considers the question from the perspectives of both civil and common law systems, referring in detail to issues of international and consumer law. With contributions from leading international scholars
Table of contents
Codifying contract law: internationalization imperatives and regional perspectives / Mary Keyes and Therese Wilson -- The internationalization of contract law / Mary Keyes -- The Internationalization Imperatives: Regional and global unification of contract law / Ingeborg Schwenzer -- The challenges of good faith in contract law codification / Therese Wilson -- Regional Perspectives: Codification mania and the changing nation state: a European perspective / Hans-W. Micklitz -- Integrating consumer law into the civil code: a Japanese attempt at re-codification / Hiroo Sono -- The government’s proposed review of Australia’s contract law: an interim positive response / Luke Nottage -- The partial codification of contract law: lessons from New Zealand / Rick Bigwood -- Codification and the American discussion about how judges decide cases / Richard Hyland

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