European Property Law
Volledige vakbeschrijvingThis is a course on the property law emanating from both positive and negative European integration. After a brief comparative introduction the focus will be on substantive European property law (including private international law) and its various forms.
Doelstellingen van dit vakThe aims of this course are to acquire: - Basic knowledge of the historical development of property law in Europe - Fundamental comparative knowledge of leading values and principles, underlying policies and policy choices, fundamental concepts and basic rules - Basic knowledge as to the various harmonisation attempts (with a focus on the European Union, but also worldwide) in the area of property law. - Basic knowledge of the effects of the functioning of the internal market in the European Union and the effects thereof on private law in general and the law of property specifically.
VoorwaardenThis is an advanced course for students who already have a basic knowledge of (national and/or comparative) property law. If this basic knowledge is lacking, additional self-study is needed to acquire such knowledge.
Aanbevolen literatuurObligatory literature: Sjef van Erp and Bram Akkermans (eds.) with the collaboration of Alexandra Braun, Monika Hinteregger, Caroline Lebon, Michael Milo, Vincent Sagaert, William Swadling and Lars van Vliet, Ius Commune Casebooks for the Common Law of Europe, Text and Materials on Property Law (Oxford: Hart Publishing 2012) More information about the casebook project can be obtained at http://www.casebooks.eu. Recommended literature: Obligatory reading: A. Hartkamp (and others) (eds.), Towards a European Civil Code, (Ars Aequi Libri/Kluwer Law International, Nijmegen/The Hague) – latest edition L.P.W. van Vliet, Transfer of movables in German, French, English and Dutch law (Ars Aequi Libri, 2000). F.H. Lawson/B. Rudden, The Law of Property (Oxford University Press, Oxford) – latest edition. Recommended reading is: U. Mattei, Basic principles of property law, A comparative legal and economic introduction (Contributions in Legal Studies, No. 93; Greenwood Press, 2000) Articles and further materials References to articles and further materials are provided for each subject separately. Students will be offered the necessary assistance in finding these materials.
2 sep 2019
25 okt 2019
Taal van de opleiding:Engels
Trefwoorden:Comparative and European property law, Private international law, globalisation, Osmosis of European and national property law