Monthly Archives: March 2011

Red card or green light for the blue button?

These are the splendidly mixed colours and metaphors in the title to an article in the Archiv für die civilistiche Praxis (Feb 2011 at pp. 1-34) by Walter Doralt. The blue button is the term sometimes used to describe an … Continue reading

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Interest in South Korea, China and Japan

Christian von Bar is just back from a trip to South Korea. There was great interest in the DCFR. Before he went he was sent a questionnaire by a number of law professors with detailed questions about the DCFR for … Continue reading

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The Queen’s crisp packets and the fiends who take things

In Scotland abandoned objects belong to the Crown. So, as the Scottish Law Commission has observed, “Each day Her Majesty becomes the owner of countless cigarette ends, crisp packets, drinks cans, chewing gum blobs, and numerous sagging sofas, worn-out washing … Continue reading

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