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Human Rights in Private Law.

Author: Daniel Friedmann; Daphne Barak-Erez
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2002.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this book the expansion of human right legislation in national and international law is examined from theoretical and comparative perspectives.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Friedmann, Daniel.
Human Rights in Private Law.
London : Bloomsbury Publishing, ©2002
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Friedmann; Daphne Barak-Erez
ISBN: 9781847311887 1847311881
OCLC Number: 1054244338
Notes: II. MY RIGHT OVER MY PROPERTY: THE IN REM POWER TO "RULE" THE PROPERTY.
Description: 1 online resource (415 pages)
Contents: Acknowledgements --
Contents --
Contributors --
Abbreviations --
Table of Cases --
1. Introduction --
I --
II --
Part I: Constituttional Values and Private Law --
The Theoretical Framework --
2. Constitutional Human Rights and Private Law --
I. MODELS FOR THE APPLICATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS IN PRIVATE LAW --
II. CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE PROPER SOLUTION --
3. Constitutional Values and Private Law in Canada --
I. THE RELEVANCE OF CONSTITUTIONAL VALUES IN CANADA --
II. THE RECEPTIVITY OF PRIVATE LAW TO CONSTITUTIONAL VALUES --
III. ENTITLEMENT AND RELATIONSHIP. IV. RELATING CHARTER VALUES TO OTHER PRIVATE LAW INTERESTS --
V. THE INFLUENCE OF CHARTER VALUES ON ENTITLEMENTS --
VI. TRANSACTIONAL EQUALITY --
VII. CONCLUSION --
4. Determining the Stakes: Binding and Non-Binding Bills of Rights --
I. INTRODUCTION --
II. TWO KINDS OF CONSTRAINT --
III. JUSTIFYING CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTRAINT --
IV. THREE FALLACIES --
5. Human Rights and Private Law in German Constitutional Development and in the Jurisdiction of the Federal Constitutional Court --
I. VARIOUS THEORIES OF THE THIRD-PARTY EFFECT OF BASIC RIGHTS. II. THE MULTI-LAYERED PROBLEM OF FREEDOM AND BASIC RIGHTS AS GUARANTEES AGAINST THE STATE --
III. BASIC RIGHTS OF EXPLICIT RELEVANCE TO PRIVATE LAW --
IV. PRIVATE LAW CONSIDERATION OF THE OBJECTIVELY NORMATIVE EFFECT OF BASIC RIGHTS --
V. GERMAN CASE LAW --
VI. CONCLUSION --
6. Importing Constitutional Values through Blanket Clauses --
I. INTRODUCTION --
II. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE BASIC LAW AND PRIVATE LAW FROM A DOCTRINAL POINT OF VIEW --
III. THE APPLICATION OF THIS CONCEPT IN PRACTICE --
IV. CONCLUSION --
Part II: The Impact of the European Convention on Human Rights. 7. The Impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 on English Tort and Contract Law --
I. APPLICABILITY OF THE HRA --
II. THE POSSIBLE SUBSTANTIVE IMPACT --
III. CONTRACT LAW --
IV. CONCLUSION --
8. The European Convention of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and German Private Law --
I. INTRODUCTION: FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND PRIVATE LAW- A GLIMPSE AT THE GERMAN DISCUSSION --
II. THE INFLUENCE OF THE ECHR ON GERMAN PRIVATE LAW: THE THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK --
III. THE ACTUAL IMPACT OF ARTICLES 8 AND 10 OF THE ECHR ON GERMAN PRIVATE LAW. IV. SOME THOUGHTS ON THE IMPACT OF HUMAN RIGHTS ON PRIVATE CONTRACTUAL RELATIONS --
V. CONCLUSIONS --
Part III: Contract and Property Law --
9. Freedom of Contract, Human Rights and Human Dignity --
I. INTRODUCTION --
II. FREEDOM OF CONTRACT --
III. INTENSIFYING THE IMPACT OF HUMAN RIGHTS --
IV. HUMAN DIGNITY AND FREEDOM OF CONTRACT --
V. CONCLUSION --
10. Equality of Opportunity and Private Law --
I. INTRODUCTION --
II. PRIVATE LAW AND FORMAL EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY --
11. Property Rights, Public Policy and the Limits of the Legal Power to Discriminate --
I. OVERVIEW.

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In this book the expansion of human right legislation in national and international law is examined from theoretical and comparative perspectives.

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