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Political protests opposed to neoliberal globalisation, company energy and the inequities of latest capitalism are expanding forever. Demonstrations in Seattle, Prague, Genoa and in other places have fuelled the controversy at the probability of a appreciably diverse destiny. This ebook is a suite of essays from a few of the world's prime Marxist economists at the difficulties of globalisation and the evolution of contemporary capitalism. With contributions from Suzanne de Brunhoff, Ellen Meiksins wooden, Ben high quality, Simon Clarke, John Holloway and John Weeks between others, it offers a cohesive critique of the weaknesses of the present method and places ahead a brand new time table for anti-capitalist idea and motion. overlaying key matters similar to globalisation, the state nation, cash and finance, clash and warfare, technological swap, the surroundings, classification fight, monetary concern, capitalism within the 3rd global, the cave in of the USSR, and the transcendence of capitalism, this is often an amazing creation to a couple of the main urgent difficulties of our time.
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Arthur Hartkamp, Martijn Hesselink et al. ), Gemeinsames Privatrecht in den Europ¨aischen Gemeinschaften (2nd edn, 1999). See R. C. van Caenegem, Judges, Legislators and Professors (1987). H. K¨otz, European Contract Law (trans. T. Weir, 1997), vol. I; O. Lando and H. ), Principles of European Contract Law: Parts I and II (2000). Cf. also the Unidroit Principles of International Commercial Contracts (1994). From the Trento Common Core project, see R. Zimmermann and S. ), Good Faith in European Contract Law (2000); J.
55 Below, 53–4. D. 4, 2, 21, 5, Paul 11 ad edictum. For discussion of other possible views, see Du Plessis, below, 196 ff. P1: GKW CU074-Johnston 18 CHAP-1 February 5, 2002 9:8 Char Count= 0 david johnston and reinhard zimmermann This may suggest that a preferable analysis would be simply to say that, the contract having been set aside, there is no ground for retention of the property. 57 Suppose in German law that a payment which is actually due is handed over to the recipient but only under compulsion.
With these very signiﬁcant differences, however, it remains the case that the aim – of establishing that the claimant has a proprietary interest in the defendant’s property – is as comprehensible in civilian as in common-law terms. IV. Circumstances for reversing enrichment 1. Cases involving enrichment by transfer The great divide between the civilian and common-law approaches to enrichment by transfer is, as indicated earlier, between the traditional civilian approach, which focuses on the single question whether there is or is not a legal ground for retention of a transfer or performance; and the approach more recently developed in English law that requires the claimant to point to a particular ‘unjust factor’ or ground for restitution to support his or her claim.