Netherlands Reports to the XIth International Congress of Comparative Law Caracas 1982

  • Hans Ulrich
  • Jessurun D’Oliveira

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-IX
  2. Frans J. A. Van Der Velden
    Pages 99-123
  3. Taco Sterk
    Pages 167-184
  4. H. Winkel
    Pages 185-206
  5. G. Heida
    Pages 207-225
  6. A. N. Huizenga
    Pages 227-239
  7. B. Wachter, Jos Netten
    Pages 241-256
  8. Ch. P. Verwer
    Pages 257-267
  9. Inge C. Van Der Vlies
    Pages 311-326
  10. E. A. Alkema
    Pages 345-358
  11. Willem Konijnenbelt
    Pages 359-382
  12. Christian M. Strik
    Pages 383-409
  13. Nico Keijzer
    Pages 411-419

About this book


Last year I addressed the Netherlands Comparative Law Asso­ ciation with the following question: 'Does Comparative Law Exist At All?' (My intention then was to flog the dead (?) horse of the merger of comparative law and the sociology of law. ) In presenting this voluminous collection of Netherlands national reports to the eleventh congress of the Internatio­ nal Academy of Comparative Law I feel my misgivings giving way to the suspicion, that comparative law indeed exists. Of course national reports do not, as such, prove the exist­ ence of comparative law. It is the general reports together with the national reports, which embody the comparative effort. That is why the Netherlands Comparative Law Associa­ tion took the initiative to propose the publishing of the materials on a subject to subject basis instead of publish­ ing collections of national reports. From a comparative legal point of view, it is the topic that should form the basis of the publication, and not the origin of the materials. The general reporter for each topic should be prepared to take up the responsabilities of editing the volume, and would have to be given the right to select those national reports which he considers to be useful both in regard to their quality and the relevance of the material to the basic problems in the questionnaire. This proposal met with very favourable comments from the na­ tional committees and general reporters of some fifteen coun­ tries.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Hans Ulrich
    • 1
  • Jessurun D’Oliveira
    • 1
  1. 1.AmsterdamNetherlands

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1982
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
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  • Print ISBN 978-90-6544-073-0
  • Online ISBN 978-94-017-4443-0
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