New Netherlands Civil Code Patrimonial Law:Property, Obligations and Special Contracts
Read Online
Share

New Netherlands Civil Code Patrimonial Law:Property, Obligations and Special Contracts by Peter Haanappel

  • 648 Want to read
  • ·
  • 72 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Netherlands,
  • Law,
  • Law / General,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages528
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9109169M
ISBN 109065444823
ISBN 109789065444820

Download New Netherlands Civil Code Patrimonial Law:Property, Obligations and Special Contracts

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

Translation based in part upon P.P.C. Haanappel/ E. Mackaay, New Netherlands Civil Code: Patrimonial Law (Property, Obligations and Special Contracts) (). Google ScholarAuthor: Willem H. van Boom. The focus of this book, the legal situation created when an agent acts without authority, is one of the most important issues in agency law. The analysis is divided into three sections: apparent authority, ratification and the liability of the falsus procurator. Researching Dutch Law. by Oswald Jansen and George Middeldorp. Published June Read the Update! Oswald Jansen is senior-researcher at the Centre for the enforcement of European law, G.J. Wiarda Institute, Utrecht University, larep-immo.com holds an LLM-degree of the University of Nijmegen and received his PhD from the University of Amsterdam. 8 The Dutch Civil Code has been published both in English and in French under the auspices of the Dutch Ministry of Justice: New Netherlands Civil Code, Patrimonial law (property, obligations and special contracts), translated by Haanappel and Mackaay (). On Dutch contract law, see mainly Hartkamp and Tillema ().

With E. Mackaay: New Netherlands Civil Code, Patrimonial Law (Property, Obligations and Special Contracts), Kluwer Law and Taxation Publishers, Deventer / Boston, (in English, French and Dutch) (reprinted in ). With E. Mackaay: New Netherlands Civil Code, Book 8. The Civil Code of the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba. [Peter P C Haanappel; Netherlands Antilles.; law (law of property, rights, and interests) in general. Book 5: Real rights. Book 6: General part of the law of obligations. Book 7: Special (specific) contracts." Includes indexes. Contracts. Obligations (Law) Property. Aruba. Features – Researching Dutch Law New Netherlands civil code: patrimonial law (property, obligations and special contracts) = Nouveau code civil néerlandais: le droit patrimonial (les biens, les obligations et les contrats particuliers) = Nieuw Nederlands Burgerlijk Wetboek. English translation by P.P.C. Haanappel / E. Mackaay, New Netherlands Civil Code Patrimonial Law (Property, obligations and special contracts), Deventer-Boston English translation by A. Reber, Swiss Code of obligations: English translation of.

Features – Update to Researching Dutch Law New Netherlands civil code: patrimonial law (property, obligations and special contracts) = Nouveau code civil néerlandais: le droit patrimonial (les biens, les obligations et les contrats particuliers) = Nieuw Nederlands Burgerlijk Wetboek. New Netherlands civil code: patrimonial law (property, obligations and special contracts) = Nouveau code civil néerlandais: le droit patrimonial (les biens, les obligations et les contrats particuliers) = Nieuw Nederlands Burgerlijk Wetboek: het vermogensrecht (zakenrecht, verbintenissenrecht en bijzondere overeenkomsten); translated by P. P. The first two fields of law - property law and the law of obligations - are tied to each other. The legal basis on which a property right is established, transferred or encumbered is usually an obligation. The law of Obligations and Contracts Book 7: Particular Agreements The new Dutch Civil Code is largely a reflection of this idea. The Civil Code comprises a body of rules which, in all matters within the letter, spirit or object of its provisions, lays down the jus commune, expressly or by larep-immo.com these matters, the Code is the foundation of all other laws, although other laws may complement the Code or make exceptions to it.