|About the Book|
In the daily work of lawyers, the interpretation of declarations of intent and contracts is a very difficult task, especially with regard to crossborder partners. This book contains informative proceedings from an international conference - held in Katowice, Poland - on the legal interpretation of private law in various legal regions. Topics include: the interpretation of foreign law by German courts * theories of interpretation in private law * the interpretation of contract under the German BGB and under the CFR * the interpretation of the juridical acts - a comparative perspective * the common interpretation of national law * iuris cogentis and iuris dispositivi rules/provisions in contract law and in corporate law * the relevance of circumstances in which the contract was concluded to contract interpretation under the DCFR (II. - 8:102) * Is there one true interpretation of a law? * Is the wording of the law a limitation for its interpretation?