Law

Robert Magnus

Der Rückholanspruch

Die rückwirkende Grenze der Eigentumsfreiheit

[The »Rückholanspruch«. The Retroactive Limit of the Freedom of Ownership.]

2018. XXXIV, 510 pages.

Jus Privatum 223

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The term »Rückholanspruch« describes a right to subsequently render void a transaction that was valid when it was made and then reclaim assets that were dissipated through that transaction. Such reversal rights exist in insolvency, family and succession law, and although they are essentially identical, they are very differently regulated. Robert Magnus queries whether a uniformly designed claim exists here or should be considered.
The term »Rückholanspruch« describes a right to subsequently render void a transaction that was valid when it was made and then reclaim assets that were dissipated through that transaction. Such reversal rights exist in insolvency, family and succession law, and although they are essentially identical, they are very differently regulated. Robert Magnus queries whether a uniformly designed claim exists here or should be considered.
Authors/Editors

Robert Magnus Geboren 1980; Studium der Rechtswissenschaft in Freiburg i.Br. und Paris; wiss. Mitarbeiter am Institut für deutsches und ausländisches Zivilprozessrecht in Freiburg i.Br.; 2009 Promotion; Rechtsreferendariat in Freiburg i.Br. und Los Angeles; Akademischer Rat a.Z. am Institut für ausländisches und internationales Privat- und Wirtschaftsrecht in Heidelberg; 2017 Habilitation; 2017–18 Lehrstuhlvertretungen in Bonn und Regensburg.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: IPRax — 2018, 648
In: Europ. Property Law Journal — 2019, 108–109 (Caroline S. Rupp)