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The French Civil Code, which governs the law of obligations in France, has remained unchanged since 1804 and has served as the model for civil codes across the world. In 2016, the French Government enacted legislation repealing much of this law. This work looks at the effect of this action and the new provisions for French contract law.
Drawing on the expertise of comparative lawyers working on French law and the law of other civil codes, it explores the lively debates between French and other scholars on the merits (or demerits) of the reform. It will make these seismic and fundamental reforms accessible to an English-speaking audience.