Academy of European Private Lawyers
Académie des privatistes européens
Academia de Iusprivatistas Europeos
Akademie Europäischer Privatrechtswissenschaftler
Accademia dei Giusprivatisti Europei
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9 Nov 1992, Pavia (Italy), originating from a meeting of European jurists, 21 Oct 1990, Pavia (Italy). Statutes adopted in 1995. Registered in accordance with Italian law: 483/2011.
Contribute, through scientific research, to the unification and future interpretation and enforcement of private law in Europe; promote the development of a legal culture leading to European unification.Available with paid subscription only.
Drafts European contracts code in conformity with European Parliament (EP) Resolution of 6 May 1989. Book I of this draft code on contracts in general completed 1999, discussed before European Parliament Oct and Nov 2000 and considered by European Commission (EC) 11 July 2001. Title I on sale of goods and collateral contracts of Book II completed 2006. Currently writing Book II on services contracts. Formulates proposals and expresses opinions to national and community authorities, to academic and business bodies. Organizes meetings and conferences.
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