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Journal Cover European Review of Private Law
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  • Die juristische Zeitschrift als Kurator
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      André Janssen
      Journal European Review of Private Law
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  • The European Court of Justice and the Comparative Law Method
    • Abstract: : The European Court of Justice (the ‘ECJ’) must ensure the uniform interpretation of the laws of the EU, whilst deferring to the common constitutional traditions of the Member States and, where necessary, allowing room for value diversity. To that end, the authors of the Treaties vested the ECJ with the constitutional authority to engage in a comparative study of the laws of the Member States. The purpose of this article is thus to explore the comparative law method by examining, first, that constitutional authority, second, the ‘EU federal common law’, third, the relationship between that method and the extent of normative convergence between the legal orders of the Member States and, fourth, the so-called ‘evaluative approach’ adopted by the ECJ. It is submitted that the comparative law method is a valuable interpretative tool that enables the ECJ to strike a dynamic balance between ‘unity’ and ‘diversity’. Résumé: La Cour de justice (‘CJ’) doit assurer l’interprétation uniforme du droit de l’Union européenne, tout en respectant les traditions constitutionnelles communes aux Etats membres et, si nécessaire, en faisant place à la diversité. Dans ce but, les auteurs des traités ont conféré à la CJ l’autorité constitutionnelle de procéder à une étude comparative des droits des Etats membres. L’objectif de cet article est, dès lors, d’examiner la méthode comparative en étudiant, premièrement, cette autorité constitutionnelle, deuxièmement, la 'EU federal common law', troisièmement, le rapport entre cette méthode et le degré de convergence normative entre les ordres juridiques des Etats membres et, quatrièmement, l’approche dite évaluative’, adoptée par la CJ. Il en est conclu que la méthode comparative est un outil précieux d’interprétation qui permet à la CJ de trouver un équilibre dynamique entre ‘unité’ et ‘diversité’.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      Koen Lenaerts, President of the Court of Justice of the European Union, and Professor of European Union Law, Leuven University.
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  • Save the ‘Mittelstand’: How German Courts Protect Small and
           Medium-Sized Enterprises from Unfair Terms
    • Abstract: : This article discusses the appropriateness of controlling standard terms in business-to-business (B2B) contracts. Using the example of Germany, where the Civil Code explicitly allows the control of B2B standard terms, it finds evidence that courts tend to use this control to favour small and medium-sized enterprises (the Mittelstand) in relation to bigger companies. This approach is questionable. It is suggested here that the rationale of standard terms control is not to compensate for power imbalances, which is the task of other legal institutions, such as competition law. Rather, the goal of such control should be to prevent and correct failing contractual and market mechanisms. It is further argued that clear criteria are required for assessing the fairness of standard terms in B2B relations, which are currently lacking both in German statutory provisions and in case law. Therefore, the article finds that it is not recommendable to emulate the German model on the European level. Before any clear criteria are found, the EU should not engage in the harmonization of B2B standard terms control. Resumé: Cet article s’interroge sur la pertinence du contrôle des conditions générales des contrats entre professionnels (B2B). En Allemagne, où le Code Civil étend explicitement le contrôle des conditions générales aux contrats B2B, on constate que les tribunaux ont tendance à utiliser ce contrôle pour privilégier les petites et moyennes entreprises (PME) par rapport aux grandes entreprises. Cette approche est discutable. Nous soutenons ici que les conditions générales n’ont pas vocation à compenser les déséquilibres dus aux positions dominantes sur le marché. Cela relève de la compétence d’autres institutions juridiques, comme par exemple du droit de la concurrence. L’objectif du contrôle des conditions générales devrait plutôt prévenir et corriger les défaillances des instruments de marchés ainsi que lesmécanismes de conclusions de contrats. A cet effet, il est nécessaire de fixer des critères clairs permettant de juger de la proportionnalité des clauses des conditions générales. Vu que ces dits critères font cependant défaut tant dans la législation que dans la jurisprudence, cet article recommande de ne pas s’inspirer du modèle allemand. Avant que tout critère clair se soit établi, l’UE ne devrait pas s’engager dans l’harmonisation du contrôle des conditions générales dans les contrats B2B.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      Matthias Lehmann, Director of the Institute of Private International and Comparative Law, University of Bonn, Germany.
      Johannes Ungerer, LL.M.oec., Assistant Researcher at the Institute of Private International and Comparative Law, University of Bonn, Germany.
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  • Agency and Principal Dealing Under the Markets in Financial Instruments
           Directive (MiFID) I & II
    • Abstract: : This article focuses on the question of whether allowing the extent of the protection afforded to an investor under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) I and II to be largely dependent on the distinction between dealing on own account on the one hand and trading on behalf of the client (and other forms of investment service) on the other, is justified. The author submits that this question must be answered in the negative. Under a future MiFID III, an investment firm which acts solely as contractual counterparty should be required to observe the same duty of care as applies in the case of the investment service of execution of orders on behalf of the client. Résumé: Cet article traite de la question de savoir s’il est justifié de permettre que l’étendue de la protection accordée à un investisseur aux termes de MiFID I et II (NdT: Directives concernant les marchés d’instruments financiers) dépende largement de la distinction entre la négociation pour compte propre d’une part et d’autre part la négociation au nom du client (et d’autres formes de services d’investissement). L’auteur indique qu’il faut répondre à cette question par la négative. Aux termes d’un futur MiFID III, il faudrait exiger d’une société d’investissement qui agit uniquement comme contrepartie contractuelle qu’elle respecte le même devoir de prudence que celui qui s’applique dans le cas de services d’exécution d’ordres au nom du client.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      Danny Busch, Chair for Financial Law and Director of the Institute for Financial Law (IFL), University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
      Journal European Review of Private Law
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  • The Potential Implementation of Collective Arbitration in Europe
    • Abstract: : This article analyses the feasibility and the potential implementation of collective arbitration in Europe. Although arbitration has reached a significant success in Europe, up to this date this mechanism has not been used to settle collective disputes yet, as there are many barriers hindering its implementation. But class arbitration is being successful in other parts of the world (especially in the United States) and, therefore, its feasibility should not be rejected. In fact, the EU bodies recommend the Member States to consider the possibility to settle collective disputes by out-of-court proceedings. This article considers both the obstacles and the benefits of this kind of arbitration, and includes some proposals. This work concludes with the only two sorts of collective arbitration systems implemented in Europe: the Spanish Consumer Collective Arbitration System and the German Corporate Arbitration System ruled by the German Arbitration Institution (DIS). Résumé: Cet article analyse la faisabilité et le potentiel de mise en oeuvre de l’arbitrage collectif en Europe. Bien que l’arbitrage ait atteint un succès significatif en Europe, jusqu’à présent aucun recours n’a été fait à ce mécanisme pour régler des différents d’ordre collectif, en raison des nombreux obstacles empêchant sa mise en oeuvre. Cependant l’arbitrage collectif fonctionne avec succès dans d’autres parties du monde (particulièrement aux États-Unis) et, de par ce fait, le bien-fondé du recours à ce procédé ne peut être écarté. D’ailleurs, les institutions Européennes recommandent que les États Membres étudient les possibilités de résoudre les différends de nature collective hors des tribunaux. Cet article considère à la fois les obstacles et les bénéfices de ce type d’arbitrage. Ce travail présente en conclusion les deux seules formes d’arbitrage collectif en exercice en Europe: le Système d’Arbitrage Collectif à la Consommation Espagnol et le Système d’Arbitrage des Sociétés règlementé par L’Institut d’Arbitrage Allemand (DIS).
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      Ana Montesinos García, Professor of Procedural Law, University of Valencia, Spain. Ph.D. (law), University of Valencia.
      Journal European Review of Private Law
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  • Dispute Resolution in Telecommunications: A Commitment to Out-of-Court
    • Abstract: : The EU Regulatory Framework for Electronic Communications has for long favoured extrajudicial settlement for the resolution of sector-related contractual disputes. Different entities and procedures have been put in place as a way not only to enhance access to justice but also to strengthen the effectiveness of EU telecoms rules. This article argues that these out-of-court dispute procedures contribute to bridging the gap in the enforcement of EU rules concerning private relationships, allowing the integration of EU policy objectives by means of dispute resolution, at the expense of domestic fundamental rules and principles of contract law. Resumé: Le cadre réglementaire européen des communications électroniques a consolidé l’existence de mécanismes extrajudiciaires de résolution des litiges spécifiques au secteur. Des institutions et procédures ont été instituées non seulement comme un moyen de faciliter l’accès à la justice, mais aussi dans le but de renforcer l’effectivité des normes de télécommunication de l’UE. Cet article soutient que ces procédures ‘out-of-court’ contribuent à réduire le déficit concernant l’application de règles de l’UE, ce qui permet l’intégration des objectifs de la politique de l’UE par la résolution extrajudiciaire des conflits, aux dépens des règles et des principes généraux du droit des contrats.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      Marta Cantero Gamito, Postdoctoral researcher, University of Helsinki.
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  • Retention of Title or the Transfer of Ownership in a Slideway: Ownership
           in Adultery'
    • Abstract: : This analysis takes different view on retention of title than the traditional one. While, traditionally one looks into the protection of the seller and how the latter can be extended or increased, this contribution takes the perspective of the buyer under title retention. Contrary to the general idea, he is already protected on a certain level – which also has proprietary features – before the payment of the full purchase price. Ownership does not pass at one, precise moment but seems to glide from the seller to the buyer in a gradual manner. The moment at which ‘ownership crosses the Rubicon’ is not easy to identify. This not only raises questions on a practical level with regard to the available remedies, but also touches upon the most fundamental issues of property law, such as the standardization of property rights and the exclusivity as essential feature of ownership.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      Vincent Sagaert, Professor of Private Law at the KU Leuven and a lawyer.
      Dorothy Gruyaert, Lawyer and fellow of the Institute of Property Law of the KU Leuven.
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  • „Nichtgeborene Kinder des Liberalismus“' –
           Zivilgesetzgebung im Mitteleuropa der Zwischenkriegszeit
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      Raphaela Etzold, Mitarbeiterin und Doktorandin am Lehrstuhl für Bürgerliches Recht, Deutsche.
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  • Conference Report: ‘Abuse of Law’ in Prague, Czech Republic,
           20–21 October 2016
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      Andreas Frössel, Research and Teaching Assistant, Vienna University of Economics and Business.
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  • Larry A. DiMatteo, International Sales Law - A Global Challenge
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      Frank Spohnheimer, FernUniversität in Hagen.
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  • Larry A. DiMatteo, André Janssen, Ulrich Magnus, Reiner Schulze,
           International Sales Law: Contract, Principles & Practice
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      Navin G. Ahuja
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  • Remus Valsan (ed.), Trust and Patrimonies
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Authors
      J.M. Milo
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      ISSN 0928-9801
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      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 2
      Journal European Review of Private Law
      Online ISSN 0928-9801
      Print
      ISSN 0928-9801
      PubDate: Sat, 13 May 2017 12:00:00 +000
       
 
 
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