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Journal Cover European Review of Private Law
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  • Editorial 2/2018
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 2
      Authors
      André Janssen
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  • Monitoring Consumer ADR Quality in the EU: A Critical Perspective
    • Abstract: : One of the key objectives of Directive 2013/11/EU (the Consumer ADR Directive) has been to promote high quality Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) entities through the creation of a certification scheme for ADR providers. In parallel, the Directive has also established a monitoring framework in which Member States’ ‘Competent Authorities’ play pivotal roles to ensure ADR providers’ continuous performance and compliance. Against this background, key questions arise with regard to the enforcement of those quality standards, and the behaviour of those entities that are in charge of monitoring. While presenting the particularities of ADR monitoring schemes established in Member States, this article argues that, despite the efforts made to promote high quality ADR schemes, the Consumer ADR Directive has ultimately fallen short of securing a consistent approach to ADR monitoring across the EU, and has left open the possibility for patchy and disorganized initiatives at Member States’ level. This is due to the high number of national Competent Authorities currently operating in the EU and issues with monitoring architectures, insufficiency of the quality standards set out in the Directive, and risks of highly diverging monitoring behaviour from Competent Authorities. Moreover, the possible coexistence of certified and non-certified ADR providers in some Member States tends to undermine the overall homogeneity of ADR sectors, and creates confusion for consumers. A more structured and effective approach to ADR monitoring is needed for meeting consumers’ expectations, ensuring consistency, and creating a levelled playing field for all ADR providers. Competent Authorities have the capacity to contribute significantly to a better rationalization of ADR sectors, and a better embedment of ADR within civil justice systems. Revised monitoring architectures should help maximize their interventions. In the context of the upcoming publication of the national monitoring reports expected by 9 July 2018, considering these changes is particularly timely.  Résumé: Un des objectifs clés de la Directive 2013/11/EU relative au règlement extrajudiciaire des litiges de consommation (REL) a été de promouvoir des entités REL de qualité via la création d’une procédure de certification. En parallèle, la Directive a également institué un cadre de supervision dans lequel les ‘Autorités Compétentes’ désignées par les Etats-Membres jouent un rôle essentiel en veillant à la performance des entités REL certifiées et au respect continu des critères de qualités. Dans ce contexte, une question importante concerne la mise en application des procédures de certification et le comportement des Autorités Compétentes. Tout en présentant les particularités des cadres de supervision établis par les Etats Membres, cet article considère que, malgré les efforts entrepris pour promouvoir des entités REL de qualité, la Directive 2013/11/EU n’a pas permis de développer un cadre de supervision cohérent et rationnel dans l’UE, mais a laissé le champ ouvert à des initiatives désorganisées et un monitoring inégal selon les Etats Membres. Cette situation est la conséquence du grand nombre d’Autorités Compétentes actives dans l’UE et de problèmes dans l’architecture du monitoring, de l’insuffisance des critères de qualités définis par la Directive 2013/11/EU, et d’un risque de comportements divergents de la part des Autorités Compétentes. En outre, la possible coexistence d’entités REL certifiées et non-certifiées dans les Etats-Membres est susceptible de nuire à l’homog
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 2
      Authors
      Alexandre Biard, Erasmus University Rotterdam (School of Law), Post-Doctoral Research Fellow.
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  • Quelles réponses à la décadence des actions possessoires' Une
           analyse comparative des droits français, belge et italien
    • Abstract: Die Streichung der Verfahren zur Durchsetzung besitzrechtlicher Ansprüche im französischen Zivilgesetzbuch und in der französischen Zivilprozessordnung ist beispielhaft für die Krise eines Rechtsinstrumentes mit einer langen Geschichte, die zurückreicht bis hin zur Tradition des ius commune. Der Beitrag analysiert die Gründe für diese Krise in Frankreich, wobei kritisch untersucht wird, ob es möglich ist, die Verfahren zur Durchsetzung besitzrechtlicher Ansprüche durch das référé zu ersetzen, ohne dabei die Bedeutung von Eigentum und Besitz tiefgreifend zu verändern. Diese Überlegungen sind mit dem italienischen Recht verbunden, in dem die Verfahren zur Durchsetzung besitzrechtlicher Ansprüche dieser Krise entgangen sind, indem sie sich der Dynamik von beweglichen und immateriellen Gütern angepasst haben, und mit dem belgischen Recht, in dem eine andere Lösung für die Krise der Verfahren zur Durchsetzung besitzrechtlicher Ansprüche untersucht wird: die Erneuerung des Systems zum Besitzschutz, um diesen den heutigen Anforderungen anzupassen. Diese beiden juristischen Systeme werden analysiert, indem die Unterschiede der Regelungen bezüglich der Verfahren zur Durchsetzung besitzrechtlicher Ansprüche und deren Anwendung in der Rechtsprechung, die zu den unterschiedlichen Weiterentwicklungen geführt haben, untersucht werden. Besondere Aufmerksamkeit wird den Auswirkungen, die die Verdrängung des „non-cumul“ von Verfahren zur Durchsetzung besitzrechtlicher Ansprüche mit (petitorischen) Eigentumsklagen auf das System der Zuordnung von Eigentumsrechten hat, geschenkt. Es werden mehrere Feststellungen bezüglich der allgemeinen Tendenzen des Besitzschutzes in den zivilrechtlichen Rechtssystemen, mit Hilfe des Vergleichs des französischen, italienischen und belgischen Rechts, gemacht. La suppression des actions possessoires des codes civile et de procédure civile français attire l'attention sur la crise contemporaine d'une institution juridique ayant une longue histoire, enracinée dans la tradition de ius commune. L'article analyse les raisons de la décadence de ces actions en France, en reconsidérant d'un oeil critique la perspective d'y substituer intégralement la procédure du référé sans engendrer une mutation profonde de la notion substantielle de possession. Ces observations sont mises en rapport, dans une perspective comparative, avec le droit italien, où les actions possessoires ont pu échapper à la crise en s'ouvrant au monde dynamique des biens meubles et de l'immatériel, et avec le droit belge, où la doctrine aborde le défi d'un renouveau de la protection possessoire qui puisse adapter sa fonction aux défis du monde juridique de nos jours. Ces ordres juridiques sont analysés, en mettant en évidence les dissemblances, des règles et des utilisations judiciaires des actions possessoires, qui en ont déterminé des évolutions différentes. Une attention particulière est dédiée aux conséquences dans les systèmes des règles d'appartenance des biens de l'affaiblissement ou de l'élimination du principe du non-cumul des actions possessoires avec les actions pétitoires. De la comparaison des ordres juridiques envisagés, on fait découler certains observations sur les tendances générales de la protection de la possession dans le monde de civil law. The suppression of the possessory actions from the French civil code and the French code of civil procedure is illustrative of the crisis of a legal institution with a long history, reaching back into the tradition of the ius commune. The article analyses the reasons of this crisis in France, hereby critically analysing whether it is possible to replace the possessory actions by th
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 2
      Authors
      Johan Van de Voorde, chercheur postdoctoral à l’Université d’Antwerpen, groupe de recherche Personne et Patrimoine
      Sirio Zolea, Doctorant en cotutelle à l’Université Paris 2 - Panthéon-Assas et à l’Université de Macerata
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  • Patel v Mirza und die Illegality-Doktrin im Vergleich zum deutschen Recht
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 2
      Authors
      Jakob Gleim, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter und Doktorand am Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationales Privatrecht, Hamburg
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  • Restitution of Performance Under an Illegal Contract: A Belgian
           Perspective on Patel v. Mirza
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 2
      Authors
      Jeroen Delvoie, Professor of law, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Attorney at the Brussels bar
      Steven Declercq, Attorney at the Brussels bar
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  • The Denial of Restitution Under Italian Law: A Perspective on Patel v.
           Mirza
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 2
      Authors
      Francesco Paolo Patti, Research Fellow, University Bocconi, Milan.
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  • Les restitutions consécutives à l’annulation du contrat illicite
           Brèves réflexions sur le droit français réformé des contrats à
           partir de l’arrêt Patel c. Mirza
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 2
      Authors
      Samuel Fulli-Lemaire, Senior Research Fellow à l’Institut Max Planck de droit comparé et droit international privé (Hambourg)
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  • Restitution Under an Illegal Contract: A Scots Law Perspective on Patel v.
           Mirza
    • Abstract: : The illegality doctrine is an area where Scottish materials are sparse and conflicting. There have therefore been calls for law reform in Scotland, even along the lines of the United Kingdom Supreme Court (UKSC) decision in Patel v. Mirza. Moreover, Patel is already being mentioned with approval in Scottish courts and texts, and this suggests that any case which comes after it is likely to follow it closely.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 2
      Authors
      Obiora Ezike, PhD candidate, University of Glasgow.
      John Macleod, Lecturer in Commercial Law, University of Glasgow.
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  • Book Review: Comparative Property Law. Global Perspectives, in Research
           Handbooks in Comparative Law Series, edited by M. Graziadei & L. Smith.
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 2
      Authors
      Johan Van de Voorde, Cheltenham, Hart Publishing, 2017
      Journal European Review of Private Law
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  • Book Review: Gert Brüggemeier: Tort Law in The European Union
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 2
      Authors
      Anna Maria Mancaleoni, Associate Professor of Comparative Private Law, Law Department, University of Cagliari, Viale Sant’Ignazio 86, 09123, Cagliari, Italy, 00390706753824
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  • List of Contributors
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 2
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