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Life Time Contracts: Social Longterm Contracts in Labour, Tenancy and Consumer Credit Law

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Edited by: Luca Nogler, Udo Reifner

ISBN13: 9789462361041
Published: February 2014
Publisher: Eleven International Publishing
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £81.90

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This book deals with life time contracts, the group of contracts which generally have the most important role to play in people's daily lives and existence. These establish social long-term relations which, with regard to certain periods of the lifetime of individuals, provide essential goods, services, labour and income opportunities for self-realization and participation. The book is divided in five parts (Introduction; Life Time in Contract Law; Labour Contracts; Consumer Credit Contracts; Residential Tenancy Contracts). The book argues that life time contracts should be integrated into the codification of modern private law. The book is written under the auspices of EuSoCo - a research programme that focuses specifically on lif time contracs in labour, housing and consumer credit as part of the European Contract Law Study Group.

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Contract Law
Principles of Life time contracts (en/fr/de/it/es)
EuSoCo declaration (en/de/fr/it/es)
Introduction: The New Dimension of Life Time in the Law of Contracts and Obligations

Part I: Life Time in Contract Law
The Evolution of the European Contract Law: A Brand New Code, a Handy Toolbox or a Jack-in-the-box?
Etica del contratto e contratti "di durata" per l'esistenza della persona"
Lebenszeitvertrage und Teilhabe - Der zivilrechtliche Anschlussverlust als Verstoss gegen die Verfassung
Lebenszeitvertrage - Natur und Ethik
Le social" et la defaisance - Introduction au problem de la critique en droit europeen des contrats
Life Time et contrat - Ronald Coase (1910 - 2013) et le detournement de l'interdisciplinarite du droit

Part II: Labour Contracts
The Historical Contribution of Employment Law to General Civil Law: a Lost Dimension? The end of mandatory rules in the employment contract law: on ready-made suits, goods made to measure and fashion trends
Schutz und kollektive Privatautonomie - das Arbeitsverhaltnis in seiner Besonderheit
Self-Employment and Economic Dependency in the light of the Social Contract Law
Tarifautonomie und Vertragsgerechtigkeit: Der Beitrag des kollektiven Arbeitsrechts zur Vertragstheorie

Part III: Consumer Credit Contracts
Darlehensvertrag als Kapitalmiete (locatio conductio specialis)
Change of circumstances in consumer credit contracts - the United Kingdom experience and a call for the maintenance of sector specific rules
The EU Consumer Credit Directive 2008 in the light of the EuSoCo Principles
Access to long-term banking services in the Nordic States
A contractual approach to overindebtedness: rebus sic stantibus instead of bankruptcy
Responsible bankruptcy

Part IV: Residential Tenancy Contracts
Das Recht auf Wohnraum und der Wohnraummietvertrag Towards a Common Core of Residential Tenancy Law in Europe? The impact of the European Court of Human Rights on Tenancy Law
Exploring interfaces between social long-term contracts and European law through tenancy law
Das koreanische Wohnungsmietschutzgesetz und die Notwendigkeit der Kontrolle des Mietwuchers