The Distinction Of The Administrative Contract From Other Types Of Contracts
There was a clear tendency in the past few years, and especially on a European level, to harmonize and conceptualize the regulations referring to the drafting, alteration, execution or cessation of contracts that would eventually lead to the emergence of a new branch of community law, i.e. contract law. The issue debated here focuses on whether these European interests have any influence on the matter of administrative contracts, on the possibility of a European administrative contract law and whether specialists in the field have particularly addressed the sphere of civil contracts.
Volume (Year): 10 (2010)
Issue (Month): Special (December)
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