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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Author Gabor Hamza Examines the Development of Private Law in Over 60 Countries

Entstehung_und_Entwicklung_der_modernen_Privatrechtsordnungen_und_die_r_mischrechtliche_Tradition_1Gabor Hamza (chair of the Department of Civil Law, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest) recently published his book entitled Entstehung und Entwicklung der modernen Privatrechtsordnungen und die römischrechtliche Tradition, which translated into English is The Origin and Development of Modern Private Law Systems Based on Civilian Traditions (2009).

The book is divided into four sections: (1) The Origins of Private Law in Europe, (2) The Development of Private Law in Europe in the Middle Ages, (3) The Development and the Codification of Private Law in Europe and in the Caucasus in Modern Times, and (4) The Influence of the European Civilian Tradition on Countries Outside Europe. The book examines the private law systems of over 60 countries.


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