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New Civil Codes in Hungary and Romania

Attila Menyhárd, Emőd Veress, editors
Format
Book
Published
Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
Language
English
Series
Ius Gentium
Ius Gentium (Dordrecht, Netherlands)
ISBN
9783319633268, 3319633260
Summary
"This edited volume examines two recent Central European recodifications of civil law. The contributors present and discuss the regulation and the fundamental changes related to the new Civil Codes in each country. They also highlight the novelties and some of the issues of great debate of the new regulation. The papers investigate specific parts of the two Civil Codes. Coverage reviews default rules of legal persons and companies, key issues of the new regulations of property law, and the topic of intellectual property. The contributors also consider the law of obligation, unforeseeable changes in circumstances in contracts, family law and law of succession, and more. Hungary and Romania connect to each other by their special historical and cultural background, which serves as a solid basis of great cooperation. This volume shows how the two countries view civil law. It offers readers straightforward and practice-oriented knowledge on the subject." -- Publisher's website.
Contents
  • 1. Legal persons in the new civil code of Hungary / Zoltán Csehi
  • 2. Default rules on companies in the new Hungarian civil code / András Kisfaludi
  • 3. The new Romanian civil code-difficulties in the transition towards a monist private law / Emőd Veress
  • 4. The persistence of some characteristics of commercial law in the monist Romanian civil law / Zsolt Fegyveresi
  • 5. Property law in the new Hungarian civil code: key issues / Attila Menyhárd
  • 6. Property law in the new Romanian civil code / Szilárd Sztranyiczki
  • 7. Intellectual property in the new civil code of Hungary / Gábor Faludi
  • 8. The new civil code of Romania and its impact on intellectual property / Ligia Cătuna
  • 9. Some structural questions on the relationship between contractual and extracontractual liability in the new Hungarian civil code / Ádám Fuglinszky
  • 10. New particular agreements in the new Hungarian civil code / Balázs Tőkey
  • 11. Unforeseeable changes in circumstances in contracts in the new Romanian civil code / Johanna Szekrényes
  • 12. Perceptions of simulated contracts in the Hungarian and Romanian legal systems / Krisztina Constantinescu
  • 13. Marriage and cohabitation in the new Hungarian civil code-answering the new challenges / Orsolya Szeibert
  • 14. The law of succession in the new Hungarian civil code / Hella Molnár
  • 15. Law of succession in the new Romanian civil code / János Székely.
Description
ix, 226 pages ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Series Statement
Ius Gentium, 1534-6781 ; volume 63
Ius gentium (Dordrecht, Netherlands) ; v. 63. 1534-6781
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