Comparative Contract Law: Exercises in Comparative Methodology

Comparative Contract Law

Exercises in Comparative Methodology
 
Edition number: 3
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
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ISBN13:9781800373686
ISBN10:1800373686
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:754 pages
Size:244x169 mm
Weight:1250 g
Language:English
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Short description:

This significantly revised and expanded third edition of Comparative Contract Law brings together extracts from legislation and court practice in a way that enables students to experience comparative law in action.

Long description:
This significantly revised and expanded third edition of Comparative Contract Law brings together extracts from legislation and court practice in a way that enables students to experience comparative law in action. Promoting a ?learning-by-doing? approach to comparative contract law and comparative methodology, this unique guide to European and international contract law is marked out by the following features:



    A comparative perspective on highly topical, real-life issues of contract law;
  • Materials from some 30 jurisdictions in both their original languages and in high quality translations, with information on smaller and medium-sized jurisdictions further diversified;

  • An opportunity for students to solve scenarios according to the laws of different jurisdictions, to compare and evaluate the solutions and approaches they identify, and to better understand the diverse approaches to modern contract law;

  • NEW! Concise introductions to the history of each country and its private law system, informing readers about the key data before they are invited to work with material from that jurisdiction;

  • NEW! A chapter on ?contractual penalty clauses?, a frequent occurrence in contractual practice;
  • NEW! Full integration of the Chinese Civil Code which entered into force in 2021.


Essential reading for all students of comparative contract law and methodology, thi the s third edition remains a vital teaching and learning resource, and a practical guide for those seeking to familiarise themselves with real-world materials and to better understand the diverse approaches to modern contract law.



?A new feature in the third edition are brief overviews of each country?s history and legal system, whenever a country appears for the first time in the case studies. This is very useful and has been done excellently in terms of style and depth. Kadner Graziano skilfully managed to find the right balance between providing too little and too much information. [?] The book makes a profound contribution towards comparative scholarship in general and comparative contract law in particular. It is stimulating, provides easy access to an impressive range of materials on many legal systems, and is essential reading for anyone interested in comparative contract law at a European or international level.?