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Transfer of Immovables in European Private Law

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Luz M. Martínez Velencoso, Matti Illmari Niemi, Saki Baikey, Andrea Pradi, Dagmar Hinghofer-Szalkay, Georg Aichinger, Anastasios Moraitis, Vincent Sagaert, Kristina Siig, Lone Hansen, Matthew Conaglen, Frederic Plankeel, Egmont Neubauer, George Georgiades, Lars van Vliet, Una Woods, Kåre Lilleholt, Sandra Passinhas, Kenneth Reid, Sonia Martin Santisteban, Jori Munukka
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  • Date Published: May 2017
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  • The transfer of immovables in Europe creates a series of challenges and questions in practice. The increase in cross-border transactions of immovable property within the European Union has created a demand for knowledge of the system of land registration across a range of jurisdictions. This volume compares and contrasts the different legal processes of seventeen countries and includes a comprehensive analysis of the transfer of immovables and the Land Register in Europe. With fifteen case studies, it provides both theoretical and practical information on the applicable contract and land law. This volume encourages the reader to evaluate legal issues by using the wider European legal sources available. For this very purpose, it is an important research tool for comparative study in the field.

    • The first comparative treatment of the transfer of immovables within Europe
    • Includes core methodology based on fifteen cases, showing the applicable law in action
    • Allows for a wide-ranging representation of the topic, covering seventeen European jurisdictions
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    • Date Published: May 2017
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781316953303
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Introductory Matters
    1. Land register in European law: a comparative and economic analysis Luz M. Martínez Velencoso
    2. Electronic conveyancing of real property in Europe: two models: the English and the Finnish one Matti Illmari Niemi
    Part II. The Questionnaire and Case Studies: The questionnaire
    Synthesis of comparative case studies by jurisdiction
    Case 1
    Case 2
    Case 3
    Case 4
    Case 5
    Case 6
    Case 7
    Case 8
    Case 9
    Case 10
    Case 11
    Case 12
    Case 13
    Case 14
    Case 15
    Index.

  • Editors

    Luz M. Martínez Velencoso, Universitat de València, Spain
    Luz M. Martínez Velencoso is Professor of Civil Law at Universitat de València, Spain. She is doctor of Universitat de València and Magister Legum of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. She is also a member of the Humboldt Foundation Network. Her research and teaching interests are in comparative law, property law, contract law, land law and law and economics. She has been a participant of the Common Core of European Private Law project since 2003.

    Saki Bailey, Göteborgs Universitet, Sweden
    Saki Bailey is a doctoral candidate at the Department of Business, Economics and Law at Göteborgs Universitet, Sweden and a Faculty Member and Lecturer at the International University College of Turin. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings with an emphasis in international and comparative law. Her research and teaching interests are in legal theory, comparative law, property law, management of common resources and social and economic rights.

    Andrea Pradi, Università degli Studi di Trento, Italy
    Andrea Pradi is Professor of Law at the Università degli Studi di Trento, Italy. He obtained a Ph.D. in Private Comparative Law from Università degli Studi di Trento, Italy in 1999 and a LL.M. from the University of California, Berkeley Law School in 2002. He has been a visiting scholar at Berkeley Law School and at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, where he conducted research about the comparative law and economics perspectives of property law.

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    Luz M. Martínez Velencoso, Matti Illmari Niemi, Saki Baikey, Andrea Pradi, Dagmar Hinghofer-Szalkay, Georg Aichinger, Anastasios Moraitis, Vincent Sagaert, Kristina Siig, Lone Hansen, Matthew Conaglen, Frederic Plankeel, Egmont Neubauer, George Georgiades, Lars van Vliet, Una Woods, Kåre Lilleholt, Sandra Passinhas, Kenneth Reid, Sonia Martin Santisteban, Jori Munukka

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