Ungerechtfertigte Bereicherung 978-3-16-154527-6 - Mohr Siebeck
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Dieter Reuter / Michael Martinek

Ungerechtfertigte Bereicherung

2. Teilband: Dreiecksverhältnisse – Bereicherungshaftung – Konkurrenzen – Erkenntnisleitende Grundgedanken – Reformvorstellungen
von Dieter Reuter

[Unjustified Enrichment. Volume II: Enrichment Law's Triangular Relationship – Gain Liability, the German Civil Code's Claims System and Private Law – Plus Reform Proposals.]

2nd, completely newly revised edition 2016. XXXV, 689 pages.

Handbuch des Schuldrechts 4/2

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More than 30 years after the first edition of Dieter Reuter and Michael Martinek's »Unjustified Enrichment« was published as part of the »Handbook of Obligation Law« monograph series, Dieter Reuter's Volume II appears in completely revised form; Michael Martinek's Volume I is set to follow. The edition presented here contains a comprehensive systematisation and doctrinal analysis of the triangular relationship, the liability scope of unjust enrichment and issues of overlapping institutes on the basis of the normative-functional typology of enrichment actions.
More than 30 years after the first edition of Dieter Reuter and Michael Martinek's »Unjustified Enrichment« was published as part of the »Handbook of Obligation Law« monograph series, Dieter Reuter's Volume II appears in completely revised form; Michael Martinek's Volume I is set to follow. The edition presented here contains a comprehensive systematisation and doctrinal analysis of the triangular relationship, the liability scope of unjust enrichment and issues of overlapping institutes on the basis of the normative-functional typology of enrichment actions. Like the 1983 edition, which prompted vivid and pathbreaking discussion among practitioners and legal scholars and had a coining impact on higher court jurisprudence, this volume sets a benchmark for the law of unjust enrichment pursuant to sections 812 et seq. of the German Civil Code, one of the most intricate but also one of the most important fields of civil law.
Authors/Editors

Dieter Reuter Geboren 1940; Professor für Bürgerliches Recht, Handels- und Gesellschaftsrecht, Arbeitsrecht und Rechtstheorie an den Universitäten Berlin (FU), Tübingen und Kiel; 2016 verstorben.

Michael Martinek Geboren 1950; Professor für Bürgerliches Recht, Handels- und Wirtschaftsrecht, Internationales Privatrecht und Rechtsvergleichung an der Universität des Saarlandes.

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In: benedikt-boegle.com — https://benedikt-boegle.com/2020/01/23/bereicherungsrecht-im-mehrpersonenverhaltnis/ (Benedikt Bögle)