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Elgar Encyclopedia of Comparative Law (Elgar Original Reference)


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`The Elgar Encyclopedia of Comparative Law looks set to become an indispensable source for the ever increasing body of lawyers needing accurate information on the structure and working of foreign systems as well as on points of a substantive law. Edited by Professor Jan Smits of Maastricht University the Encyclopedia is the work of an extremely strong international team of noted specialists. Comprising articles on the nature, methodology and focus of comparative law, on the legal systems of particular jurisdictions and on matters of substantive law, the work should be a very significant contribution to the literature. It seems likely that the contributions on the "comparative state of affairs" in particular fields of substantive law will be an especially valuable aspect of the work. There will be 37 such articles from "accident compensation" to "unjustified enrichment" with "mistake", "personality rights", "product liability" and "transfer of moveable property" only a sample of what the work will offer. Casting over this list one is again struck by the wealth of established expertise brought together in the Encyclopedia. I have little doubt that I can speak for the worldwide community of comparative lawyers in saying that the Elgar Encyclopedia of Comparative Law is eagerly awaited.' - David L. Carey Miller, University of Aberdeen, UK

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