Integrating Common Law and Civil Law Traditions
Property law, long considered impossible to examine from a comparative point of view, has often been ignored in comparative analysis. In fact, up until recently, it was excluded from transysstemic legal education. This book aims to show that property law has much to gain from a transsystemic or integrated approach. Far from getting lost in the twists and turns of an irreconcilable analysis of different traditions, property law concepts actually become clearer through a transsystemic lens and allow for a contextualized understanding of legal systems and their distinctive features.
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