The Common Frame of Reference – The Perspective of a new Member State

The Common Frame of Reference – The Perspective of a new Member State For Poland – not only a new member of the European Union, but also a young democracy – EU plans concerning the future of private law have been received with great interest, especially given the background of the legal system, which is still in the process of changing and adjusting to new socio-economic realities. At the same time, Poland suffers from a deficit of information concerning the vision and the process of the europeanization of private law. The first part of this article gives an overview of the current situation of the Polish legal system – it analyses the state of affairs in Poland after 1989 (II), defines the most important problems of the legal system (III), and its greatest challenges (IV). The second part of the article presents a Polish perspective on the harmonisation of private law in general, and on the Common Frame of Reference in particular. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Review of Contract Law de Gruyter

The Common Frame of Reference – The Perspective of a new Member State

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de Gruyter
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© Walter de Gruyter
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Articles
ISSN
1614-9920
eISSN
1614-9939
DOI
10.1515/ERCL.2007.020
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Abstract

For Poland – not only a new member of the European Union, but also a young democracy – EU plans concerning the future of private law have been received with great interest, especially given the background of the legal system, which is still in the process of changing and adjusting to new socio-economic realities. At the same time, Poland suffers from a deficit of information concerning the vision and the process of the europeanization of private law. The first part of this article gives an overview of the current situation of the Polish legal system – it analyses the state of affairs in Poland after 1989 (II), defines the most important problems of the legal system (III), and its greatest challenges (IV). The second part of the article presents a Polish perspective on the harmonisation of private law in general, and on the Common Frame of Reference in particular.

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European Review of Contract Lawde Gruyter

Published: Oct 26, 2007

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