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National reports on the transfer of movables in Europe

by Wolfgang Faber

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Published by Sellier in Munich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Transfer (Law)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Wolfgang Faber, Brigitta Lurger
    SeriesSchriften zur Europäischen Rechtswissenschaft -- bd. 7, 11-15 = -- European legal studies -- v. 7, 11-15 = -- Etudes juridiques européennes -- v. 7, 11-15
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKJC1265 .N38 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24790368M
    ISBN 109783866530737, 9783866530966, 9783866531017, 9783866539006, 9783866531185, 9783866539228, 9783866531369, 9783866539099, 9783866531376, 9783866539235
    LC Control Number2009390802

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      The English transfer system for the sale of goods can be identified as one which is both consensual and causal. In a consensual system no delivery of the goods is needed in order to pass property; the consensus between the parties suffices. The term "causal" means that the transfer of property on sale needs a valid contract. International Standard Book Number International Standard Book Number Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication data are available from the Library of Congress. Additional copies of this report are available from the National Academies Press.

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National reports on the transfer of movables in Europe by Wolfgang Faber Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ber/Lurger (eds.), Rules for the Transfer of Movables – A Candidate for European Harmonisation or National Reforms. (), 1. 2 The concept of these reports is further described in the preface to the first volume of that series: Faber/Lurger (eds.), National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe – Volume I: Austria, Estonia, Italy.

National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe: Volume 6: The Netherlands, Switzerland, Czech Rebublic, Slovakia, Malta, Latvia (European Legal Studies) [Faber, Wolfgang, Lurger, Brigitta] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe: Volume 6: The Netherlands, Switzerland, Czech Rebublic, Slovakia. movables, trusts, and acquisition and loss of ownership of goods. The key publication of our working group on ownership of movables (containing text, comments and notes), which will be published inis primarily based on the information provided to the group by the 27 national reports and its national.

Read "Book Review: National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe, Volume I: Austria, Estonia, Italy, and Slovenia (); Volume II: England and Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Cyprus (), edited by Wolfgang Faber & Brigitta Lurger.

(Munich: Sellier European Law Publishers), European Review of Private Law" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly. Book VIII is entitled ‘Acquisition and loss of ownership of goods’.

3 The concept of these reports is further described in the preface to the fi rst volume of that series: Faber / Lurger (eds.), National Reports on the T ransfer of Movables in Europe – Volume I: Austria, Estonia, Italy, Slovenia (). 4 McGuire, Transfer of Title.

National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe Volume 5: Sweden, Norway and Denmark, Finland, Spain edited by Wolfgang Faber / Brigitta Lurger Schriften zur Europäischen Rechtswissenschaft / European Legal Studies / Etudes juridiques européennes Band 14 / Volume 14 / Volume 14 European Legal Studies Institute, Osnabrück.

National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe Volume 4: France, Belgium, Bulgaria, Poland, Portugal edited by Wolfgang Faber / Brigitta Lurger Schriften zur Europäischen Rechtswissenschaft / European Legal Studies / Etudes juridiques européennes Band 13 / Volume 13 / Volume 13 European Legal Studies Institute, Osnabrück.

national notes, this is a resource of exceptional importance for the study of property law in a comparative context.

A principal source both for these national notes and for the text of Book VIII itself was the national reports on the transfer of movables which were commissioned from experts in each of. A principal source both for these national notes and for the text of Book VIII itself was the national reports on the transfer of movables which were commissioned from experts in each of 27 European.

Book Book Series. Previous chapter. Next chapter National Report on the Transfer of Movables in France Cashin Ritaine, Eleanor. 30,00 € / $ / £ Get Access to Full Text. Citation Information. National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe. Volume 4: France, Belgium, Bulgaria, Poland, Portugal.

This is the first of a series of national reports on basic issues concerning the acquisition and loss of ownership of movable assets. The series is planned to cover 27 European legal systems, distributed over six volumes, as a product of the research activities of the working group "Transfer of Movables" within the "Study Group on a European Civil Code".

The concept of these reports is further described in the preface to the first volume of the series: Faber / Lurger (eds.), National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe – Volume I: Austria, Estonia, Italy, Slovenia ().

National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe: England and Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Cyprus. editor / Wolfgang Faber ; Brigitta Lurger. Vol. 2 Sellier, pp. Terms & conditions. National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe: Volume 4: France, Belgium, Bulgaria, Poland, Portugal (European Legal Studies) [Faber, Wolfgang, Lurger, Brigitta] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe: Volume 4: France, Belgium, Bulgaria, Poland, Portugal (European Legal Studies). Buy National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe, Volume 2: England and Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Cyprus (Schriften Zur Europaischen Legal Studies/Etudes Juridiques Europeennes) by Faber, Wolfgang, Lurger, Brigitta (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Original language: English: Title of host publication: National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe: Subtitle of host publication: England and Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Cyprus.

Title: National Report on the Transfer of Movables in Belgium: Published in: National Report on the Transfer of Movables in Europe.

France, Belgium, Bulgaria, Poland, Portugal, - National report on the transfer of ownership of movables in The Netherlands: Published in: National reports on the transfer of movables in Europe. - Vol. 6: The Netherlands, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Malta, Latvia, 1 - Series: Schriften zur Europäischen Rechtswissenschaft = European legal studies = Études juridiques.

Year Description Note In: National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe, Volume 6 Full text. The concept of these reports is further described in the preface to the first volume of that series: Faber/Lurger (eds.), National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe – Volume I: Austria, Estonia, Italy, Slovenia ().

Comparative research in the area of property law is gaining importance. Against the background of the current discussion of developing model rules, aimed at facilitating European private law harmonization, and of ongoing law reform projects in a number of EU Member States, this volume addresses key issues in the field of the transfer of corporeal movable property.Carey-Miller DL, Combe MM, Steven AJM, Wortley S.

National Report on the Transfer of Moveables in Scotland. In Faber W, Lurger B, editors, National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe: England and Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Cyprus.

Vol. 2. Munich: Sellier European .following text, see Martin Lilja, National Report on the Transfer of Movables in Sweden, in NATIONAL REPORTS ON THE TRANSFER OF MOVABLES IN EUROPE, VOL. 5: SWEDEN, NORWAY AND DENMARK, FINLAND, SPAIN (Sellier, Wolfgang Faber & Brigitta Lurger eds., ), ; Claes Martinson, How Swedish Lawyers Think about ZOwnership and.