Enrichment by the act of the party enriched

J.W.G. Blackie, I. Farlam, R. Zimmermann (Editor), K. Reid (Editor), D. Visser (Editor)

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    Abstract

    The chapter reveals an intricate pattern of similarity and difference, enabling courts and legal writers in Scotland and South Africa to learn from the experience of a kindred jurisdiction. They also, in a number of areas, reveal an emerging and distinctive jurisprudence of mixed systems, and thus suggest viable answers to some of the great questions which must be answered on the path towards a European private law.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationMixed legal systems in comparative perspective: property and obligations in Scotland and South Africa
    Place of PublicationOxford, UK
    Pages469-497
    Number of pages28
    Publication statusPublished - 10 Mar 2005

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    Keywords

    • scottish law
    • south african law
    • jurisdiction
    • mixed legal systems

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    Blackie, J. W. G., Farlam, I., Zimmermann, R. (Ed.), Reid, K. (Ed.), & Visser, D. (Ed.) (2005). Enrichment by the act of the party enriched. In Mixed legal systems in comparative perspective: property and obligations in Scotland and South Africa (pp. 469-497). Oxford, UK.
    Blackie, J.W.G. ; Farlam, I. ; Zimmermann, R. (Editor) ; Reid, K. (Editor) ; Visser, D. (Editor). / Enrichment by the act of the party enriched. Mixed legal systems in comparative perspective: property and obligations in Scotland and South Africa. Oxford, UK, 2005. pp. 469-497
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