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Abstract: Third-party litigation funding (TPLF) is a promising and fascinating practice that is receiving increasing attention. However, TPLF is still a novel institution, and hence there exists certain controversy as to what it actually stands for. In order to bring some clarity in this regard,...
Abstract: This article compares German and Belgian laws with regard to security interests in corporeal movables, economically analysing the differences to reach a normative conclusion. Belgium is currently implementing a major reform in this field, which, combined with the different stance of...
Abstract: Most of the legislation that has been enacted in many legal systems requires express consent to licenses of personality rights and often a written one. Tacit consent, a theory built on wrong grounds, is more rarely admitted. This refusal shall be approved, since not only its existence...
Abstract: The sanctity of contracts is a fundamental principle of private law. However, it can be overcome in cases of impossibility, force majeure, hardship or unforeseen circumstances. This article analyses the way German Contract Law deals with such situations. It focuses on the two main...
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