The future of European property law

J.H.M. van Erp (Editor), A.F. Salomons (Editor), B. Akkermans (Editor)

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Abstract

European integration has a growing impact on the property law systems of the EU Member States. The tensions which can be seen are considerably greater than in other areas of private law, given the technically complex and mandatory nature of property law.

In this book, current developments in European property law (particularly the Draft Common Frame of Reference) are analysed and evaluated, focussing on secured transactions and mortgage law.

With contributions by academic and practicing lawyers, containing:
- Transfer of ownership and good faith acquisition: the rules in the Member States and in Book VIII of the DCFR
- Secured transactions and the DCFR
- Registration of intellectual property rights
- Trusts - from a Common and a Civil lawyer’s perspective
- The border area between property law and contract law: securities
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationMünchen
PublisherSellier European Law Publishers
Number of pages246
ISBN (Print)978-3-86653-172-7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2012

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