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The Recovery of Non-Pecuniary Loss in European Contract Law

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Nils Jansen, Vernon Valentine Palmer, Valentina Bineva, Eugenia Dacoronia, Esther Engelhard, Beatriz Gregoraci Fernandez, Marta Infantino, Ernst Karner, Dorota Leczykiewicz, Adelaide Menezes Leitao, Krassimir Mitev, Tomasz Pajor, Solene Rowan, Joel Samuelsson, Barbara C. Steininger, Florian Wagner-von Papp
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  • Date Published: June 2015
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  • isbn: 9781316310700

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  • This is the first comprehensive work to capture the rise of moral damages (non-pecuniary loss) in European contract law through a historical and comparative analysis. Unique features of this study include the first classification scheme of the systems into liberal, moderate and conservative regimes, a taxonomy of non-pecuniary loss drawn from a European-wide jurisprudence, and a comprehensive bibliography of the subject. Written by a leading academic on comparative law, Palmer's precise and practical insights on Europe's leading cases will be of great interest to academic researchers and practitioners alike.

    • The first comprehensive study of non-pecuniary loss in European contract law
    • A broad comparative and historical perspective covering twelve countries and both civil law and common law traditions
    • Precise and practical insights focused on Europe's leading cases
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    • Date Published: June 2015
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781316310700
    • contains: 2 tables
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. The Rise of Non-Pecuniary Damage: In European Law:
    1. Trapped in categories: on the history of compensation for immaterial damages in European contract law Nils Jansen
    2. Moral damages in the age of codification Vernon Valentine Palmer
    3. The French awakening in the nineteenth century Vernon Valentine Palmer
    4. English law: the search for non-pecuniary damages in an 'historical system' Vernon Valentine Palmer
    Part II. The Recovery of Non-Pecuniary Loss: In Modern Contract Law:
    5. European contractual regimes: the contemporary approaches Vernon Valentine Palmer
    6. Questionnaire, national reports and commentary: the comparative evidence
    7. Conclusions and observations Vernon Valentine Palmer.

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    Vernon V. Palmer, Tulane University, Louisiana
    Vernon Valentine Palmer is Thomas Pickles Professor of Law at Tulane University and is Co-Director of the Eason-Weinmann Center of Comparative Law.

    Contributors

    Nils Jansen, Vernon Valentine Palmer, Valentina Bineva, Eugenia Dacoronia, Esther Engelhard, Beatriz Gregoraci Fernandez, Marta Infantino, Ernst Karner, Dorota Leczykiewicz, Adelaide Menezes Leitao, Krassimir Mitev, Tomasz Pajor, Solene Rowan, Joel Samuelsson, Barbara C. Steininger, Florian Wagner-von Papp

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