The Code Napoleon Rewritten: French Contract Law after the 2016 Reforms (Studies of the Oxford Institute of European and Comparative Law)

The provisions of the French Civil Code governing the law of obligations have remained largely unchanged since 1804, and have served as the model for civil codes across the world. In 2016, the French Government effected major reforms of the provisions on the law of contract, the general regime of obligations, and proof of obligations.

The provisions of the French Civil Code governing the law of obligations have remained largely unchanged since 1804, and have served as the model for civil codes across the world. In 2016, the French Government effected major reforms of the provisions on the law of contract, the general regime of obligations, and proof of obligations. French lawyers and comparative lawyers working on French law and other civil law systems explore, in detail, the most interesting new provisions on French contract law, while making these fundamental reforms accessible to an English-speaking audience. (Series: Studies of the Oxford Institute of European and Comparative Law, Vol. 25) [Subject: French Law, Comparative Law, European Law, Tort Law, Contract Law]

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