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Commission on European Contract Law, 1994

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Commission on European Contract Law

Commission on European Contract Law

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Members of the Commission

Resolutions of the European Pariament


The Commission on european contract law is the author of the Restatement called PRINCIPLES OF EUROPEAN CONTRACT LAW in the framework of the Resolutions of the European Parliament on the codication of private law

ol/<JUR@cbs.dk> Prof. Ole LANDOLegal Department, Handelshøjskolen i København (DK)

Prof. Dr. Christian von BARInstitut für internationales Privatrecht und Rechtsvergleichung Universität Osnabrück (D)
Prof. Hugh BEALE <hugh@themis.law.warwick.ac.uk>School of Law University of Warwick (ENG. - GB)
Prof. Joachim BONELLUNIDROIT Roma (I)
Prof. Michael G. BRIDGE <michael.bridge@nottingham.ac.uk>Dept. of Law University of Nottingham (ENG - GB)
Prof. Carlo CASTRONOVOUniversità cattolica del S Cuore MILANO (I)
Prof. Mme. de MAGALHAES COLLAÇOFaculdade de Direito Universidade Lisboa (P)
Prof. Dr. Ulrich DROBNIGMax-Planck-Institut für internationales und ausländisches Privatrecht Hamburg (D)
Mr. Marc ELVINGERLuxembourg (L)
Prof. Arthur S. HARTKAMPHoge Raad der Nederlanden (NL)
Prof. Ewoud H. HONDIUS <E.Hondius@rgl.ruu.nl>Molengraaff Instituut voor Privaatrecht Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht (NL)
Prof. G. HORSMANSFaculté de droit Université Catholique de Louvain (WL - B)
Prof. Konstantinos D. KERAMEUS <main@hiilf.ath.forthnet.gr>Ethniko kai Kapodistriako Panepistimio Athinon (GR)
Prof. Hector L. MacQUEEN <Hector.L.Macqueen@ed.ac.uk>Department of Private Law, University of Edinburgh (SC - GB)
Prof. Brian Mc MAHONGalway University (EIRE)
Prof. Willibald POSCH <Willibald.Posch@kfunigraz.ac.at>Institut für bürgerliches Recht Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz (A)
Prof. Jan Ramberg <Jan.Ramberg@juridicum.su.se>Juridicum Stockholm Universitet (S)
Prof. Georges ROUHETTEUniversité d'Auvergne Clermont-Ferrand (F)
Prof. Pablo SALVADOR CODERCH <salvador_pablo@dret.upf.es>Univers. Pompeu Fabra Barcelona (CAT- ESP)
Prof. Matthias E. STORME <Matthias.Storme@rug.ac.be>Katholieke Universiteit Leuven & Universiteit Antwerpen (VL- B)
Prof. Denis TALLONInstitut de droit comparé Université de Paris (F)
Prof. Thomas WILHELMSSON <thomas.wilhelmsson@helsinki.fi>Department of private law University of Helsinki (SF)
Prof. Reinhard ZIMMERMANN <Reinhard.Zimmermann@jura.uni-regensburg.de>Juristische Fakultät Universität Regensburg (D)

For more information, write to the Secretary of the Commission, Matthias E. STORME, <matthias@storme.be>

Concerning the codification of private law and the Commission on european contract law.

2. Resolution on the harmonization of certain sectors of the private law of the Member States. 6 May 1994

The European Parliament

- having regard to Rule 148 of its Rules of Procedure
- having regard to the report of the Committee o n Legal Affairs and Citizens' Rights (A3-0329/94)

A. whereas the Community has already harmonized several areas of private law,

B. whereas Parliament, in its resolution of 26 May 1989 on action to bring into line the private law of the Member States (OJ C 158, 28-6-1989, p. 400), asked that a start be made on the necessary preparatory work for the drawing up of a Common European Code of Private Law,

C. whereas the Commission ha not yet undertaken this preparatory work,

D. whereas progressive harmonization of certain sectors of private law is essential to the completion of the internal market,

1. Calls on the Commission for work to be commenced on the possibility of drawing up a Common European Code of Private Law;

2. Calls for the setting up of a committee of experts to propose priorities for partial harmonization in the short term and a more general harmonization in the long term;

3. Considers that the Union could promote harmonization and standardization at world or European level within organizations such as Unidroit, Unictral and the Council of Europe;

4. considers that support should continue to be given to the Commission on European Contract Law, better known as the Lando Commission, in its work on harmonization of contract law;

5. Instructs its President to forward this resolution to the Council, the Commission and the governments of the Member States.


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