Contracts Law in UK Law
- The Conclusion of State Contracts under German Law
- PRORATING IN THE ENGLISH LAW OF FRUSTRATED CONTRACTS
Standard Form Contracts as Transnational Law: Evidence from the Derivatives Markets
This paper uses new research into the derivatives markets to develop our understanding of standard form contracts as transnational law and to show how transnational law theory may be usefully infor...
- Contracts for Public Works in Spanish Law : Practical Aspects
Relational Consumer Contracts: New Challenges for Brazilian Consumer Law
This article outlines the main features of relational contracts, and argues for their importance in modern service-oriented societies. It then examines the Brazilian Consumer Protection Code, sugge...
- CHOICE OF LAW PROVISIONS IN CONCESSION AND RELATED CONTRACTS
Does a Choice of Law Bind a Claimant in a Direct Action? An Analysis in Relation to Insurance Contracts in a Maritime Law Context
This article examines the application of European Union rules on a choice of law in relation to direct action claims, with a focus on insurance contracts in a maritime setting. This is an important...
‘That wicked rule, that evil doctrine … ’: Reforming the Law on Disclosure in Insurance Contracts
The Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Act 2012, which abolishes the consumer assured's duty to volunteer information, heralds the first successful outcome of the English and Scott...
Why Judicial Control of Price Terms in Consumer Contracts Might Not Always Be the Right Answer – Insights from Behavioural Law and Economics
Regulators everywhere are confronted with the question of how to react to contractual pricing structures that serve to hide rather than reveal the real cost of goods and services and thereby abuse ...
Can you keep a secret? As a result of key decisions by the UK's information commissioners, firms competing for public contracts could routinely use the law to extract sensitive data on rival bidders. As "the public interest" increasingly outweighs the case for confidentiality, Neil Hodge considers how to shield your affairs from prying eyes.
...[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] When the Freedom of Information Act 2000 came into force on January 1, 2005, public bodies such as NHS trusts and district councils braced themselves for a deluge of public requests for information. Yet private companies--tot......
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