Quotation Keiler, Stephan. Forthcoming. Discrepancy Between the Relevant Contact of Consumer Contracts in Brussels I and Rome I-Regulation. European Consumer Protection: Theory & Practice, Leeds, Großbritannien, 16.12-17.12.


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The Rome I-Regulation shall replace the intergovernmental Rome Convention by Dec 17, 2009 and one of it’s major targets is to harmonize Private International Law and Civil Jurisdiction on a Community Level: Recital 7 of the Rome I-Regulation says the substantive scope and the provisions of this Regulation should be consistent with the Brussels I-Regulation. But a reality check points out a variety of gaps between the several elements of statutory definitions regarding international jurisdiction and the relevant contacts regarding the applicable law not to be clarified by the legislative chronology, exempli gratia: ... [shortened]

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Affiliation WU
Type of publication Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium
Language English
Title Discrepancy Between the Relevant Contact of Consumer Contracts in Brussels I and Rome I-Regulation
Event European Consumer Protection: Theory & Practice
Year 2009
Date 16.12-17.12
Country United Kingdom
Location Leeds
URL http://www.law.leeds.ac.uk/research/events/consumer-protection-europe.php

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Keiler, Stephan (Former researcher)
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Europainstitut (Nf. Griller) (Former organization)
Research areas (ÖSTAT Classification 'Statistik Austria')
5112 European law (Details)
5212 International civil law (Details)
5238 Civil procedure law (Details)
5253 Consumer law (Details)
5264 Law of obligations (Details)
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