Abstract

This volume explores the framework of language and the law against the background of the harmonisation of private law in the EU, the obstacles in cross-border litigation and communication between courts and ways to tackle these, the modest introduction of English as an optional court language and the protection of language rights in multilingual states.

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Keywords harmonisation, private law, EU
Publisher Erasmus Law Review
Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/1765/51387
Series Erasmus Law Review
Journal Erasmus Law Review
Citation
Kramer, X.E. (2013). Introduction: Law and Language; Implications for Harmonisation and Cross-Border Litigation. Erasmus Law Review, 5(3), 133–134. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/51387