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|Title:||Simultaneity and successiveness in contracting|
|Citation:||European Review of Private Law, 2007; 1(2007):27-57|
|Publisher:||Kluwer Law International|
|H. K. Lucke|
|Abstract:||The Principles of European Contract Law (the Lando Principles) in relation to contract conclusion in Article 2:211, which could not be analyzed into offer and acceptance, is reviewed. The doctrine of simultaneity suggest that a bilateral contract is concluded when both parties manifest their agreement to be contractually bound by coordinated acts of active or passive (continuing) consent.|
|Keywords:||Conclusion of bilateral contracts; the Lando Principles; the successiveness model imposed by legislation in German-speaking countries; the simultaneity model of the ius commune and of the common law; importance of historical analysis; development of sound principles|
|Appears in Collections:||Law publications|
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