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Sebastian Omlor

Geldprivatrecht

Entmaterialisierung, Europäisierung, Entwertung

[Private Law of Money. Dematerialization, Europeanization, Depreciation.]

2014. XXXI, 569 pages.

Jus Privatum 184

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There is hardly another term which has attained a comparably far-reaching significance for our social, economic and legal order as the concept of money. Thus private law of money deals in particular with the nature and the functions of money, the way it is dealt with in currency law, the law of cash and debts as well as the relationship between monetary value and debt. These are examined in light of the leitmotifs of dematerialization, Europeanization and depreciation.
There is hardly another term which has attained a comparably far-reaching significance for our social, economic and legal order as the concept of money. Thus private law of money deals in particular with the nature and the functions of money, the way it is dealt with in currency law, the law of cash and debts as well as the relationship between monetary value and debt. These are examined in light of the leitmotifs of dematerialization, Europeanization and depreciation.
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Sebastian Omlor Geboren 1981; Studium der Rechtswissenschaft an der Universität des Saarlandes und der New York University; 2009 Promotion; 2013 Habilitation; seit 2010 Akademischer Rat a.Z. an der Universität des Saarlandes.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Fachbuchjournal — 2015, Heft 5, 10–11 (Bernd Müller-Christmann)
In: Banca, borsa et titoli di credito — 2016, 230–232 (VDS)