Principles of European law

Principles of European law

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qUnjustified enrichmentq is one of the three main non-contractual obligations dealt with in the Draft of a Common Frame of Reference. In recent years, unjustified enrichment has been one of the most intellectually animated areas of private law. In an area of law whose territory is still partially uncharted and whose boundaries are contested, this volume of the series Principles of European Law will be invaluable for academic analysis of the law and its development by the courts. During the drafting process, comparative material from over 25 different EU jurisdictions has been taken into account. The work therefore is not only a presentation of a future model for European rules to come, but provides also a fairly detailed indication of the present legal situation in the Member States.Irrelevance of right-holdera#39;s intention to use or commercialise use. ... The home dweller who is prevented from using the property by squatters rarely intends to licence the unwelcome occupants, but ... Illustration 16 In the preceding example, E is enriched by occupying the cottage while D was in hospital, regardless of (a) anbsp;...

Title:Principles of European law
Author:Christian von Bar, Stephen Swann, Study Group on a European Civil Code
Publisher:sellier. european law publ. - 2010


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