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Journal Cover European Review of Private Law
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  • Coping with Diversity and EU Private Law
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 3
      Authors
      Matthias E. Storme, Co-editor in chief
      Journal European Review of Private Law
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  • Who’s Afraid of Comparative Law' The (Side) Effects of
           Unification of Private International Law in Europe
    • Abstract: : Private international law and comparative have a particularly intimate relationship. This is because comparative law is both a method of studying choice of law rules as well as an essential instrument for their interpretation and application. However, the recent large-scale unification of European private international law has jammed a wedge between the former ‘allies’. In fact, when analysing current court practice and academic discourse relating to European private international law one cannot help but notice a striking lack of interest in comparative analyses. The following article sheds light on this development and argues that courts and scholars should resort to comparative analyses more often and more consistently in order to avoid the pitfalls of unification. At the same time the article provides insights into the (side) effects of the large-scale unification of an entire legal field. Résumé: Le droit international privé et le droit comparé sont traditionellement très spécialement liés. C’est comme cela car le droit comparé est une méthode d’étudier des règles de conflit ainsi qu’un moyen essentiel pour leur interprétation et application. Cependant, la récente unification massive du droit international privé européen a semé la zizanie entre les anciens « alliés ». En fait, dans l’analyse de la pratique actuelle des tribunaux et du discours académique concernant le droit international privé européen, on ne peut s’empêcher de noter un manque d’intérêt d’une analyse comparative. L’article suivant se focalise sur ce développement et propose que les tribunaux et les juristes universitaires doivent avoir recours aux analyses comparatives plus souvent et plus systématiquement pour que des pièges de l’unification soient évités. En même temps, l’article fournit un aperçu des effets (secondaires) de l’unification à grande échelle d’un domaine juridique entier.  
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 3
      Authors
      Giesela Rühl, Professor of Private Law, Private International Law, European Private Law and Comparative Law, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany.
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  • A Model for the Use of the European Certificate of Succession for Property
           Registration
    • Abstract: : One of the most controversial elements in the Succession Regulation (SR), is the use of the European Certificate of Succession (ECS) for property registration. Article 69, 5 SR establishes the ECS as a valid document for the recording of succession property in the Member States’ registers, whereas at the same time, it makes a reservation for Article 1, 2, point (l) SR, which excludes the recording of property in the national registers from the scope of the Regulation. This paradox continues to trouble the legal doctrine, especially with regard to the registration of immovable property. The author has attempted to construct a comprehensive model for the interpretation of these provisions, by identifying and resolving the main conflicts that exist in the Member States between the ECS’s legal regime and the national provisions on property registration. Belgium, France, Germany and the Netherlands were used as case studies in this regard. This inductive approach has permitted to develop a model for the use of the ECS for property registration in the European Member States. Résumé: L’un des éléments les plus controversés du Règlement en matière de successions (RS), est l’usage du Certificat successoral européen (CSE) pour l’enregistrement d’un bien. L’art. 69, 5 RS prévoit que le CSE est un document valable pour l’inscription d’un bien successoral dans les registres des Etats membres, alors qu’en même temps, il fait une réserve pour l’art. 1, 2, point (l) RS, qui exclut du champ d’application du Règlement l’inscription de biens dans les registres nationaux. Ce paradoxe continue de perturber la doctrine juridique, spécialement en ce qui concerne l’enregistrement de la propriété immmobilière. L’auteur a tenté d’élaborer un modèle détaillé d’interprétation de ces dispositions, en identifiant et résolvant les principaux conflits qui existent dans les Etats membres entre le régime légal du CSE et les dispositions nationales de l’enregistrement d’un bien. A cet égard la Belgique, la France, l’Allemagne et les Pays-Bas ont servi d’études de cas. Cette approche inductive a permis de développer un modèle d’utilisation du CSE dans les pays membres européens pour l’enregistrement d’un bien.  
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 3
      Authors
      Elise Goossens, Visiting Lecturer and Affiliated Senior Researcher, Rector Roger Dillemans Family Property Law Institute, KU Leuven.
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  • Consequences of the European Succession Regulation in European Property
           Law
    • Abstract: : Regulation nº 650/2012 harmonizes conflict-law rules in succession law. As far as succession provokes the acquisition of property rights for heirs and legatees, the Regulation is not only focused on succession law, but it has to deal also with property law issues. The nature of rights in rem and the requirements and effects of records of property rights are excluded from the scope of application of the Regulation [Art. 1.2. k) and l)]. But the uniform application of the Regulation in all Member States requires a common interpretation of such issues, same concepts and categories, as well as common boundaries between property law and succession law in national regulations, including recording issues. According to it, the purpose of this study is to analyse the implications of the Regulation in property law and, in short, how EU law indirectly affects this field as a contribution for the construction of European Property Law. Résumé: Le Règlement nº 650/2012 harmonise les règles de conflits de lois en droit des successions. Dans la mesure où une succession entraîne l’acquisition de droits de propriété pour les héritiers et légataires, le Règlement ne se concentre pas seulement sur le droit des successions, mais il doit traiter aussi de questions de droit de la propriété. La nature de droits réels et les exigences et effets d’inscriptions de droits de propriété sont exclus du domaine d’application du Règlement [Art. 1.2. k) et l)]. Or l’application uniforme du Règlement dans tous les Etats membres nécessite une interprétation commune de telles questions, des concepts et catégories semblables, de même que des limites communes entre le droit de la propriété et le droit des successions dans les réglementations nationales, y compris les questions d’inscription. Partant de là, l’objectif de cette étude est d’analyser les implications du Règlement en droit de la propriété et, en bref, de montrer comment le droit de l’UE touche indirectement ce domaine en contribuant à la construction du Droit européen de la Propriété.  
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 3
      Authors
      Celia Martínez-Escribano, University of Valladolid, Ass.-Professor of Civil Law (2009).
      Journal European Review of Private Law
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  • The Principles of Effectiveness, Proportionality and Dissuasiveness in the
           Enforcement of EU Consumer Law: The Impact of a Triad on the Choice of
           Civil Remedies and Administrative Sanctions
    • Abstract: : In the conventional approach, rights were defined by EU law, while remedies were established by national legal orders. The situation has changed. The principle of procedural autonomy has been severely limited by general principles, such as the ones of effectiveness and equivalence. The power of Member States to define procedures, sanctions and remedies is strongly affected by the principles of effectiveness, proportionality and dissuasiveness.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 3
      Authors
      Fabrizio Cafaggi, Professor of Private and Comparative Law at the National School of administration and at the University of Trento.
      Paola Iamiceli, Professor of Private Law at the University of Trento.
      Journal European Review of Private Law
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  • Public Law by Contract: The Reluctant Creation of Private Markets for
           Welfare Service
    • Abstract: : This article conducts an analysis into long-term contractual practices for the outsourcing of social services. Until recently social services in Scandinavia have been provided by public entities on an administrative basis. With the primary aim to increase efficiency and reduce public budgets these tasks are however today to a large extent undertaken by private companies on the basis of long-term contracts entered into with local governments (municipalities). This Nordic model for privatization of public welfare is not unconditionally successful. Municipalities seem to hesitate in giving effect to the rising private market for welfare services. They insist on an almost complete control with the performances of the private service providers in the full length of the contracting period. In the legal literature it has been suggested that there are public law limits to privatization. The analysis of contractual strategies and practices for contracting out public welfare in this article shows that there are limits in private law for the ‘publicization’ of contracts and markets as well. Résumé: Cet article analyse les pratiques contractuelles à long terme de la soustraitance de services sociaux. Jusqu’à récemment, les services sociaux en Scandinavie étaient fournis sur un plan administratif par des entités publiques. Or, dans le but principal d’accroître l’efficacité et de réduire les dépenses publiques, ces tâches sont actuellement exercées pour une large part par des entreprises privées sur base de contrats à long terme conclus avec des pouvoirs locaux (municipalités). Ce modèle nordique de privatisation de l’aide sociale ne connaît pas un succès inconditionnel. Les municipalités semblent réticentes face à l’application aux services sociaux de règles du marché privé grandissant. Elles insistent sur un contrôle presque complet des activités des fournisseurs privés de services durant toute la durée de la période contractuelle. On a suggéré dans la doctrine juridique qu’il y a des limites de droit public à la privatisation. L’analyse de stratégies et pratiques contractuelles de transfert des services d’aide sociale révèle dans cet article qu’il y a aussi des limites de droit privé à la ‘publicisation’ de contrats et marchés.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 3
      Authors
      Ole Hansen, Professor, dr.jur. at Center for Enterprise Liability (CEVIA), Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen.
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  • Personalizing EU Private Law: From Disclosures to Nudges and Mandates
    • Abstract: : A key problem in EU private law is actor heterogeneity. While special rules exist for certain subgroups of actors, for example consumers or retail investors, the members of these legal categories still exhibit vast differences in behaviour, degrees of rationality, vulnerability, and economic endowment. Therefore, private law stands much to gain from tailoring its regulatory apparatus to the individual addressees. This article draws on behavioural economics and Big Data analytics to develop a comprehensive framework for the personalization of EU private law across different regulatory tools such as disclosures, nudges, and mandates. Hitherto, in market settings, data mining techniques have almost exclusively been used by tech-savvy companies. The time seems ripe for lawmakers to use digital technologies in order to take European market regulation one step further. By harnessing Big Data techniques, laws can be tailored to individual characteristics of addressees; the relevant parameters could then be stored and updated in a ‘legal blockchain’. Through the use of different metrics and pseudonymization, the right to privacy, a key feature of European law in the digital age, can ultimately be respected. The article shows how laws can be personalized in a variety of different settings. Examples range from the salience and complexity of disclosures in consumer and investment law, to default caps on overdraft charges, debiasing optimism bias, and usury laws. Finally, it is argued that personalization can inspire a novel theory of legal categories which transcends the traditional, status-based dichotomies of, for example, ‘consumer-seller’ or ‘retail-professional investor’. By providing a tool for making empirical distinctions, which affect the impact of laws, legally relevant, personalization thus ultimately serves equality before the law.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 3
      Authors
      Philipp Hacker, LL.M. (Yale); Max Weber Fellow, European University Institute.
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  • Book Review: EU Fundamental Rights and Private Law, edited by Bettina
           Heiderhoff, Sebastian Lohsse & Reiner Schulze. (EU Grundrechte und
           Privatrecht) (Nomos Baden-Baden 2016)
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 3
      Authors
      Mel Kenny, Pro-Rector, Riga Graduate School of Law
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  • Conference on ‘Integration and International Dispute Resolution in
           Small States’
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 3
      Authors
      Petra Butler, Co-Director, Centre for Small States, Queen Mary University of London;
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  • Contracts for the Supply of Digital Content: Regulatory Challenges and
           Gaps (Münster 27–28 October 2016)
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 3
      Authors
      Monika Namysłowska, PhD researcher Department of European Private Law Faculty of Law and Administration University of Łódź
      Agnieszka Jabłonowska, PhD researcher Department of European Private Law Faculty of Law and Administration University of Łódź
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  • List of Contributors
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      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 25, Issue 3
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      PubDate: Mon, 19 Jun 2017 12:00:00 +000
       
 
 
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