Good Faith in European Contract Law

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Reinhard Zimmermann, Simon Whittaker, Mauro Bussani
Cambridge University Press, 8. juuni 2000 - 720 pages
For some Western European legal systems the principle of good faith has proved central to the development of their law of contracts, while in others it has been marginalised or even rejected. This book surveys the use or neglect of good faith.
 

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Contents

Abbreviations
3
Bona fides in Roman contract law
63
Good faith in contract law in the medieval ius commune
93
The Case Studies
145
Courgettes perishing
171
Degas drawing
208
Breaking off negotiations
236
Formalities I
258
Producing new bumpers
404
Two cracks in a shed
419
Drug causing drowsiness in driving
439
Bank miscrediting customer
458
Doctors swapping practices
481
Prescription II
508
Longterm business relationships I
532
Longterm business relationships II
546

Formalities II
281
Late payment of rent
305
Delivery at night
322
Dissolution of partnership
348
Untested motors working
362
No use for borrowed motor bike
379
Inspecting the books
391
Sale of soccer player
578
Disability insurance
598
Crop destroyed by hail
611
Penalty for late delivery
640
Coming to terms with good faith
653
Index
703
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