Product Liability Law in Transition (Markets and the Law) by Magdalena Tulibacka

By Magdalena Tulibacka

This quantity examines the evolution of critical eu product legal responsibility regimes, with specific connection with the impact of the implementation of the Product legal responsibility Directive within the context of the hot expansion of the ecu. utilizing Product legal responsibility legislation, the research bargains a helpful perception into the required positive aspects and standards of the harmonisation of legislation among the european and Post-socialist Europe. This advanced venture is completed by way of use of comparative legislations technique fascinated about convergence of legislation, overseas activities of legislations and the alterations those necessitate. This quantity additional presents a comparability of the way the legislation has advanced in Socialist states and compares it to advancements occurring within the West.Predominantly criminal in scope, this learn additionally takes account of the significance of extralegal parts in legislation reform. As such, it is going to be a worthwhile source for these attracted to eu legislation in addition to these operating within the zone of shopper and Product legal responsibility legislations.

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T he features which entailed a distinct legal tradition for the socialist legal systems were profound and they permanently marked their law, its practice, as well as their legal cultures. In fact, C entral European systems are very likely to remain distinct from other civil law systems; just like the R omanistic legal systems (France, B elgium, Luxembourg) are distinct from the Germanic ones (Germany, A ustria). T hey are also distinct from one another. T heir heritage remains material in shaping the manner in which they are now transforming.

The European C ourt of Justice and its dynamic, teleological approach to interpreting the European C ommunity law to some extent sets the standards for the boundaries of judicial power across the European U nion. Its ‘dialogue’ with national courts 18 T he theory of convergence developed by comparative lawyers was mentioned in the Introduction. For a further elaboration of this theory see for instance: Zweigert and Kotz (1998) and various contributions to R eimann and Zimmermann’s The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Law (2006).

T hese issues are presently being discussed in working groups and in expert meetings. C entral European legal systems have undergone some very turbulent changes, and further changes are underway. T he following element of analysis illustrates how these transformed the essence of the legal systems. MOD E O F T HOU GHT IN LEGA L MATT ERS Introductory remarks T he historical events described above affected the way in which law was shaped, understood, analysed, commented upon and applied in C entral Europe.

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