Property Law in a Globalizing World
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- Author: Amnon Lehavi, Harry Radzyner Law School, Israel
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Property Law in a Globalizing World identifies the paramount challenges that contemporary processes of globalization pose for the study and practice of property law. It offers a straightforward analysis of legal scenarios implicating cross-border property rights, covering a broad range of resources, from land, goods, and intangible financial assets to intellectual property, data, and digital assets. This is the first scholarly book offering a detailed study of legal strategies that can decrease the gap between the domestic tenets of property law and the cross-border nature of markets, interpersonal networks, and technology. It shows how strategies of soft law, conflict of laws, approximation, and supranationalism rely to various degrees on cross-border property norms and institutions, and studies the proprietary features of security interests and priorities to assets in insolvency in a global setting. It also shows how digital technology such as blockchain can revolutionize the system of cross-border property rights.Read more
- Offers a clear and straightforward analysis of legal scenarios implicating cross-border property interests
- Discusses the entire plethora of assets, from land, tangible goods, and intangible financial assets, up to intellectual property, digital assets, and data
- Includes a detailed account of current property law concepts, doctrines, and comparative law pointers, alongside a theoretical analysis
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- Date Published: January 2019
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781108594929
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Table of Contents
1. Why property law needs globalization strategies
2. Local to global: an institutional analysis
4. Tangible goods, monetary claims, investment securities
5. Intellectual property, data, and digital assets
6. Security interests and proprietary priorities in insolvency.
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