Supranational Codification of Private Law in Europe and Its Significance for Third States View Full Text


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DATE

2014

AUTHORS

Jürgen Basedow

ABSTRACT

Throughout the last 200 years, private law has been connected to national sovereignty, and there were times when legal scholars were eager to point out the particular national brand of their respective system of private law and its content as a kind of national heritage (Cf. Legrand, Pierre. 1999. Fragments on Law-as-Culture, 77 and 104. Deventer: Tjeenk Willink; idem. 1998. Counterpoint: Law is also Culture. In The Unification of International Commercial Law, ed. Franco Ferrari, 245 and 250 et sEq. Baden-Baden: Nomos; Samuel, Geoffrey. 2000. English Private Law in the Context of the Codes. In The Harmonisation of European Private Law, eds. Marc van Hoecke and François Ost, 47 et sEq. Oxford/Portland Oregon: Hart Publishing.). If that link can be considered as a correct assessment at all, it is limited to a fairly recent period of legal history. Roman law, as enshrined in the corpus iuris civilis was authored by jurists from various parts of the Empire. In the Middle Ages the ius commune was regarded, in many parts of Europe, as a subsidiary source of law supplementing the local statutes and customs, or at least as a common reference which provided guidance for the framing of legal concepts and classifications and has served as a platform of understanding for legal scholars across the continent (Nève, Paul. 1997. (Europäisches) ius commune und (nationales) gemeines Recht: Verwechslung von Begriffen?. In Festschrift für Karl Kroeschell zum 70. Geburtstag, eds. Gerhard Köbler and Hermann Nehlsen, 871 et sEq. München: Beck.). The European integration has given further momentum to this development. An initiative of European academics started in the 1980s has grown into a broad movement and has turned comparative law from theoretical analysis into an inspiration of legislation. In October 2011 the European Commission formally submitted a proposal for a Common European Sales Law, as will be outlined in Sect. 3 of this paper. For a better understanding, it is however necessary to first take a look at the legislative bases and types of Union legislation, below 2. Some concluding remarks will speculate on what this could mean for third countries, e.g. in Asia, see below 4. More... »

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47-59

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Codification in International Perspective

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978-3-319-03454-6
978-3-319-03455-3

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