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The lecture outlines how Lando’s thinking progressed, beginning with Private International Law and moving through the harmonization of European Law to, in the later part of his career, the idea of a Global Code. It considers the extent and form of harmonization that has taken place to date, and...
Most jurisdictions have different types of relief rules in the event that a contract is considered unreasonable. Danish law contains a general clause, section 36 of the Contracts Act, which makes it possible to either wholly or partially set aside a contract if the contract is considered...
The author represents the content of Ole Lando’s doctoral dissertation from 1961 on the choice of law for contracts. The dissertation examined the evolution of the choice of law rules for contracts in France, Germany, England, the US and the Scandinavian countries. It is concluded that Ole Lando...
The article presents the general clause in the Norwegian Contracts Act section 36. The background and the purpose are explained, and the article provides an overview over the relevant case law, which indicates that the general clause serves different functions in the Norwegian contract law.
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