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by Hein Kötz,Tony Weir,Konrad Zweigert

ePub Introduction to Comparative Law download
Author:
Hein Kötz,Tony Weir,Konrad Zweigert
ISBN13:
978-0198257783
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0198257783
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Oxford University Press; 2 edition (January 28, 1993)
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Konrad Zweigert and Hein Kötz Translated by Tony Weir.

Konrad Zweigert and Hein Kötz Translated by Tony Weir. The book first discusses the nature of Comparative Law, its functions, aims, methods and history, and then it surveys the main features of the major legal families of the world

Konrad Zweigert is the Late Director of the Max-Planck Institute.

-Susan Millns, International and Comparative Law Quarterly Vo. 8 October 1999. Konrad Zweigert is the Late Director of the Max-Planck Institute. Tony Weir is a Fellow of Trinity College and Reader in Law in the University of Cambridge. He has translated a large number of legal texts into English to considerable acclaim.

Konrad Zweigert, Hein Kötz, Tony Weir. The book first discusses the nature of Comparative Law, its functions, aims, methods and history, and then it surveys the main features of the major legal families of the world. In the second part it provides a model of comparative law in action, comparing, contrasting and evaluating the different approaches and solutions of the major legal systems.

International & Comparative Law Quarterly. Recommend this journal. International & Comparative Law Quarterly.

Konrad Zweigert, Hein Kötz. Clarendon Press, 1998 - 714 pagina's. Konrad Zweigert, Hein Kötz. It is fully revised and updated, some chapters being added and others dropped, but the familiar structure and easy style remain much the same. Clarendon Press, 1998.

Konrad Zweigert, Tony Weir (Translator). This book first discusses the nature of Comparative Law, its functions, aims, methods and history, then surveys the main features of the major legal families of the world. Extremely well written, this text outlines all the major legal systems of the world and details individual areas of law within these systems

Contract 123 - Samenvatting Introduction to Comparative Law. 0. 19/20. Week 6 - Samenvatting Comparative Contract Law.

Contract 123 - Samenvatting Introduction to Comparative Law. Week 2 - Samenvatting Comparative Contract Law.

Konrad Zweigert, Hein Kotz, Tony Weir.

Authors: Zweigert, Konrad, Kotz, Hein. An Introduction to Comparative Law (Paperback). Tony Weir is a Fellow of Trinity College and Reader in Law in the University of Cambridge

Authors: Zweigert, Konrad, Kotz, Hein. Country of Publication. Translated by. Tony Weir.

Introduction to Comparative Law. Weir, Tony (trn); Koetz, Hein; Zweigert, Konrad; "zweigert, Konrad; Weir, Tony (tr)". ISBN 10: 0198268599 ISBN 13: 9780198268598. The book first discusses the nature of Comparative Law, its functions, aims, methods and history, and then it surve.

An Introduction to Comparative Law first appeared in two volumes in 1987. Volume I discussed the nature of comparative law and then concentrated on a survey of the main features of the major groupings of the world's legal systems. Volume II focused on contract, tort, and unjust enrichment as major departments of private law. Now published for the first time in paperback, the two volumes have been combined into one to provide a comprehensive guide to the relationship between the world's legal systems.
  • A decent and comprehensive overview of the continental, British, American and other systems of law. Understand, this is written from a continental perspective, not an american perspective, and is dense, even for law material. This is used overseas as a textbook which is why I purchased it (for a friend in Greece), but from an american perspective, there are better texts.

  • This is the leading textbook on comparative law.

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  • This book is required for a class in order to obtain my Political Science degree. It would be a lot easier to understand if I knew French. I wouldn't recommend reading this book unless you were required to.