Scandinavian Studies in Law Volume 57
� Commercial Law
Titel:Scandinavian Studies in Law Volume 57 � Commercial Law
Omfång:349 sid.
Typ av verk:Samlingsverk
Serie:Scandinavian Studies in Law nr. 57
Ämnesord:Allmänna verk och samlingsverk , Förmögenhetsrätt , Skadeståndsrätt

Pris: 462 SEK exkl. moms


This 57thvolume of Scandinavian Studies in Law is dedicated to commercial law and presents eighteen articles written by prominent Scandinavian scholars.
Commercial law in this context is understood in a narrow sense, i.e., the majority of the contributions deal with core contract law problems or are concerned with contract law related matters, such as choice of law and public procurement issues. In addition, some articles address issues related to personal property and insolvency law.
The editorial board of Scandinavian Studies in Law is attached to the Stockholm University Law Faculty. This volume has been produced in cooperation with The Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law, a research organisation established at the Department of Law, Stockholm University in 2000.
The aim of the Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law is to promote scientific research and doctoral studies in the field of commercial law in a broad sense. Among other things, the Centre initiates, leads and co-ordinates research projects, as well as publishes and disseminates the results, collects research material, and organises scholarly lectures, seminars and symposia.
Scandinavian Studies in Law was first presented in 1957 and to date some 800 articles have been published in the series. Find out more at

Editorial Board:
Ulf Bernitz
Said Mahmoudi
Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt

Advisory Committee:
Ruth Nielsen (Denmark)
Tuomas Pöysti (Finland)
Viðar Már Matthíasson (Iceland)
Ole-Andreas Rognstad (Norway)

Table of Contents:

The Concept of Business Undertaking in Finnish and European Consumer Law, Johan Bärlund

New Trends in the Norwegian Rules on the Choice of Law Applicable to Contracts, Giuditta Cordero-Moss

EU Insolvency Regulation and Multiregulational Combines, Rolf Dotevall

Globalization and the Law Related to Credit and Finance – some Remarks, Lars Gorton

Reservation of Ownership According to Swedish Law, Torgny Håstad

Scandinavian Contract Law and its Implication on CISG – the Danish Approach, Torsten Iversen

The Long and Winding Road Tunnel Case: Compensation for Procurement Damage in Icelandic Law, Eiríkur Jónsson

The Duty to Notify with Respect to Adviser Liability, Jan Kleineman

Compensation for Procurement Damage - A Nordic Exposé, Kai Krüger

The Scandinavian Reservation under Art. 92 CISG, Ulrich Magnus

Swedish Credit Security Law – A Case for Law Reform?, Göran Millqvist

Transnational Contract Law Principles in Swedish Case Law – PICC, PECL and DCFR, Jori Munukka

Main Rule of Icelandic Contract Law Regarding Wrong Premises and Recalculation of Unlawful Exchange-rate Loans, Ása Ólafsdóttir

Bona Fide Acquisition of Cars and other Motor Vehicles, Annina H. Persson

The Legal Practitioners’ Problems in Finding the Law Relating to CISG – Hardship, Defect Goods and Standard Terms, Christina Ramberg

Nordic Hesitancy Regarding Part II of the CISG, Lena Sisula-Tulokas

Moral Hazards within Liability Insurance – A Problem Inventory, Jessika van der Sluijs

The Swedish Business Reconstruction Act and SAAB, Marie Tuula-Karlsson

Notes on Contributors
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