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Principles of the Existing EC Contract Law (Acquis Principles), Contract II: General Provisions, Delivery of Goods, Package Travel and Payment Services


 

 
The present volume is the second of a series. In addition to revising those parts of the ACQP which were published in the “Contract I” volume, it presents numerous new rules, in particular on remedies for non-performance and on certain specific situations or contracts such as delivery of goods, package travel and payment services. The work is particularly aimed at enriching the current controversial debate on the way forward for European contract and consumer law stimulated by the European Commission's Proposal for a Directive on Consumer Rights. The Acquis Principles include: - General rules formulated on the basis of existing EC law - An accompanying commentary, outlining the foundations in the Acquis - Definitions of core legal terms and a glossary on terminology The Acquis Group aims to reformulate the present patchwork of directives, regulations and judgments on EC private law as a coherent Restatement, the Acquis Principles (ACQP). These Principles present the current state of EC law in a structure which allows readers to identify commonalities, contradictions and gaps in the Acquis.
 
Gerhard Dannemann, as part of the Research Group on Existing EC Private Law (Acquis Group) (eds.). Principles of the Existing EC Contract Law (Acquis Principles), Contract II: General Provisions, Devliery of Goods, Package Travel and Payment Services. 2009. München: Sellier.