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Europäisches Vertragsrecht

Überprüfung des EU-Verbraucherrechts
Auf dem Weg zum optionalen Instrument?

, 18. März 2010 – 19. März 2010
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110D08

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The final version of the Draft Common Frame of Reference (DCFR) was published in October 2009. At present, the European Commission is carrying out a selection process to determine which parts of the academic DCFR will be included in the final CFR.

The conference will discuss content and perspectives of a future ‘political’ CFR. One of the main purposes of the CFR is to provide a set of principles, definitions and model rules which could be used as a ‘toolbox’ for better European lawmaking.

Substantive reforms in the consumer protection field are currently on the agenda. The conference will ask whether and how the development of the CFR and the ongoing revision of EU consumer law (e.g. Consumer Rights Directive, Package Travel Directive) could be synchronised and connected.

Furthermore, it will highlight whether the CFR can serve as an ‘optional instrument’. In its resolution on the Stockholm Programme of 25 November 2009, the European Parliament emphasised ”that the political CFR should result in an optional and directly applicable instrument enabling parties to a contract, inter alia companies and consumers, freely to choose European Contract Law as the law governing their transaction.” Against this background, participants will discuss the contents as well as the pros and cons of an optional instrument.



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