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This reference text presents a detailed exposition of contractual rights and obligations effected by European Community legislation, regardless of the national law of the contract. It gives a comprehensive account of the state of EC contract law in the late 1990s, including reference to all relevant legislation and judgements of the European Court of Justice. The book is divided into seven chapters, each covering a a separate aspect of contractual relations. The first chapter sets out the rules determining the applicable law of the contract. It deals with the Rome Convention on the applicable national law of the contract as well as the interaction of EC legislation and national law. The next five chapters deal with specific obligations imposed by EC legislation in commercial, employment, consumer, banking and public contracts respectively. The final chapter deals with the Brussels Convention on jurisdiction and judgements.;The content of the book reflects as closely as possible the precise wording of the EC legislation together with the precise wording of any relevant dicta of the European Court of Justice, as set out in the ""Official Journal"" and the ""European Court Reports"". This French edition is therefore based on the corresponding official text in French, taken from the ""Journal Officiel"" and the ""Recueil"".