A Comparative Study of German, Swiss and Turkish Laws and the Unification Instruments of Private Law
Aksoy, Hüseyin Can
2014, XIX, 200 p.
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Provides a thorough analysis of impossibility under German, Swiss and Turkish laws
A comparative approach to the regulation of impossibility under civil law and common law oriented unification instruments
Includes references to significant court and tribunal decisions
This book provides an analysis of the treatment of impossibility in modern private law. The author explains the regulation of impossibility in German, Swiss and Turkish laws with a comparative analysis of the subject under (i) the United Nations Convention on International Sale of Goods (CISG), (ii) UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts (PICC), (iii) Principles of European Contract Law (PECL also known as the Lando-Principles), (iv) Draft Common Frame of Reference (DCFR) and (iv) Common European Sales Law (CESL).
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Exemption - German law - Impossibility - Swiss law - Turkish law