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The draft of the part on the law of obligations of the future Serbian Civil Code has recently been published, which includes new and revised rules on contract law. Through the process of adopting the new Serbian Civil Code, it can clearly be seen that Serbia faces two harmonisation challenges:...
Almost every legal system accepts the fundamental principle that promises must be kept (‘‘pacta sunt servanda’’). Yet, a consumer's right to withdraw from a contract for the purchase of goods or services (‘‘withdrawal right’’) figures prominently in European consumer law...
German Contract Law is still under the impression of the large contract law reform of 1 st January 2002, the Schuldrechtsmodernisierung, and the case law, in large part by the German Civil Law Supreme Court, the Bundesgerichtshof, continues to elaborate on the system. This article is an up-date...
The purpose of the present article is to propose a coordination between the provisions of directive 93/13/EEC (the Unfair Terms Directive, ‘‘UTD’’) and those of the ‘‘framework’’ directive 2005/29/EC (the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive ‘‘UCPD’’), and in particular...
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