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Parution : 12/2019
Editeur : Brill
ISBN : 978-9-0044-1727-4
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Modernisation, National Identity and Legal Instrumentalism

Volume I: Private Law

Sous la direction de Michał Gałędek, Anna Klimaszewska

Présentation de l'éditeur

The driving force of the dynamic development of world legal history in the past few centuries, with the dominance of the West, was clearly the demands of modernisation – transforming existing reality into what is seen as modern. The need for modernisation, determining the development of modern law, however, clashed with the need to preserve cultural identity rooted in national traditions. With selected examples of different legal institutions, countries and periods, the authors of the essays in the two volumes Modernisation, National Identity and Legal Instrumentalism: Studies in Comparative Legal History, vol. I:Private Law and Modernisation, National Identity and Legal Instrumentalism: Studies in Comparative Legal History, vol. II: Public Law seek to explain the nature of this problem. 

Contributors are Michał Gałędek, Katrin Kiirend-Pruuli, Anna Klimaszewska, Łukasz Jan Korporowicz, Beata J. Kowalczyk, Marju Luts-Sootak, Marcin Michalak, Annamaria Monti, Zsuzsanna Peres, Sara Pilloni, Hesi Siimets-Gross, Sean Thomas, Bart Wauters, Steven Wilf, and Mingzhe Zhu. 

Sommaire

Introduction: Modernisation, National Identity, and Legal Instrumentalism

By: Michał Gałędek

Prenuptial Agreements of the Hungarian Aristocracy in the Early Modern Era

By: Zsuzsanna Peres

Revolution and the Instrumentality of Law: Theories of Property in the American and French Revolutions

By: Bart Wauters

English Commercial Law in the Longue Durée: Chasing Continental Shadows

By: Sean Thomas

The Italian Destiny of the French Code de commerce

By: Annamaria Monti

The Reception of the French Commercial Code in Nineteenth-Century Polish Territories: A Hollow Legal Shell

By: Anna Klimaszewska

Development of the Medical Malpractice Law and Legal Instrumentalism in the Antebellum America

By: Marcin Michalak

The Contractual Third-Party Notion Beyond the Principle of the Relativity of Contracts: The Comparative Legal History as Methodological Approach

By: Sara Pilloni

Civilian Arguments in the House of Lords’ Judgments: Regarding Delictual (Tortious) Liability in 20th and 21st Century

By: Łukasz Jan Korporowicz

Usucapio in Era of Real Estate Title Registration Systems

By: Beata J. Kowalczyk

In the Name of the Republic: Family Reform in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century France and China

By: Mingzhe Zhu

The Private Law Codification as an Instrument for the Consolidation of a Nation from Inside: Estonia and Latvia between Two World Wars

By: Marju Luts-Sootak , Hesi Siimets-Gross and Katrin Kiirend-Pruuli

Reluctant Legal Transplant: United States Moral Rights as Late 20th Century Honor Law

By: Steven Wilf

Studies in Comparative Legal History , Vol. 35 , 353 pages.  139,00 €