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Consequences of Impaired Consent Transfers: A Structural Comparison of English and German Law

ISBN13: 9781849465656
Published: November 2013
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £53.00

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Legal rules and principles do not exist in isolation, but form part of a system. In this structural comparison between English and German law, Birke Häcker explores the rules and principles governing impaired consent transfers of movable property and their reversal in two- and three-party situations.

Contract Law, Restitution
Part One: Setting the Scene
Chapter I: Introduction
Chapter II: Basic Principles Compared and Contrasted

Part Two: Two-Party Situations
Chapter III: German Law and the Consequences of Abstraction
Chapter IV: Personal and Proprietary Restitution under English Law
Chapter V: Comparative Observations on Two-Party Cases

Part Three: Three-Party Situations
Chapter VI: The Position of Third Party Purchasers
Chapter VII: The English Third Party Rights Bar to Rescission
Chapter VIII: Claiming Substitute Assets from the Transferee (and Third Parties)

Part Four: Summing Up
Chapter IX: Conclusion

Appendix: Translation of German Statutory Provisions
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes