Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers / Brill Academic Publi (July 5, 2006)
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everywhere Europe we witness a outstanding upward thrust of the recourse to primary rights in debates on civil legal responsibility. this can be a part of a pervasive strategy of constitutionalisation, of personal legislation typically and tort legislation specifically. This book goals at constructing a transparent research of the character and progress of the C-factor (C for constitutionalisation) in Germany, France, the united kingdom and The Netherlands. This research could be through answering the questions: How are those advancements to be judged? Does the C-factor heavily undermine the autonomy of non-public legislation ( the aim of non-public legislation is just to be deepest legislation, Ernest J. Weinrib, "The notion of personal Law")? And if that is so, does it subject? How are we to deal with the C-factor? may still we include it wholeheartedly, or relatively undertake a coverage of being overlook or maybe try and remove it altogether?"