The law of property in the European Community

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COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES
The Law of Property
in the
European Community
COMPETITION - APPROXIMATION OF LEGISLATION SERIES - 1976 - 27 The purpose of this study has been to bring into being the basic information which
is necessary for the preparation of legal texts whose role would be to unify the rules
of conflict of laws in relation to real rights of property. It deals only with certain
aspects of those rights in the Member States of the Community. It is divided into
three parts. The first deals with security interests in movables in the six original
Member States. These are so described as to pinpoint the main similarities and
differences.
Part two covers the legal systems of England and Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
and Ireland. It is divided into three sections. The first section deals with immova­
bles, the second with movables (including security interests therein) and the third
with intellectual property.
Part three covers the law of property in Denmark and includes some references to
Norwegian law. It is divided into three sections. Section one describes the law of
property in general, section two treats of security interests in rem and section three
covers intellectual property.
This study in comparative law contributes remarkably to current knowledge on the
subject of real rights of property in the Member States of the Community. The Law of Property
¡n the
European Community
STUDIES
Competition — Approximation of legislation Series No. 27
Brussels, December 1972 © Copyright EEC, Brussels, 1976
Printed in Belgium
Reproduction authorized, in whole or in part, provided the source is acknowledged TABLE OP CONTENTS
Page
Title I : Movables as security in Belgium, Prance, Germany,
Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands 5
Title II : The law of property in the United Kingdom and
Ireland
Part I : Immovables H9
PartI : Movable property and real securities 157
Part III : Intellectual property 20
Title III : The law of property in Denmark with some
commentary on Norwegian law
Part I : The law of property in general 231
PartI : Securities over movables 255
Part III : Intellectual property 277 TITLE I
MOVABLES AS SECURITY
IN BELGIUM, PRANCE, GERMANY
ITALY, LUXEMBOURG AND THE NETHERLANDS
by
Wulf Gravenhorst
wissenschaftlicher Assistent in the University Tübingen - 7-
CONTENTS
Page
Poreword 9
A. Introduction 13
Β. Prance 21
C. Belgium , 45
D. Luxembourg ; 5
E. Italy
P. Germany 7
G. The Netherlands 8
H. Comparative summary and conclusions
Bibliography H3