Monthly Archives: January 2012

Promise in Thai law, Scottish law and the DCFR

Korrasut Khopuangklang, a postgraduate from Thailand, gave an interesting presentation yesterday on promises in Thai law, Scottish law and the Draft Common Frame of Reference (DCFR). Thai law has been influenced by German, Swiss and French law but also by … Continue reading

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Common European Sales Law easily survives first subsidiarity challenge

Only four reasoned opinions objecting to the Proposal for a Common European Sales Law on the ground that it infringed the subsidiarity principle were received by the EU institutions within the 8 week deadline allowed under the Protocol on the … Continue reading

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Feasibility Study mentioned in Scottish case

The Feasibility Study on which the current Proposal for a Regulation on a Common European Sales Law was largely based was referred to in the recent Scottish case of Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland v Lloyds Banking Group plc [2011] … Continue reading

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