Christian Twigg-Flesner, ‘The General Principles of the Chinese Contract Law from the Perspective of an (English) Common Lawyer’

Abstract
This contribution will contrast the statement of general principles found in Arts 1-7 of the Chinese Contract Law (‘CCL’) with the approach to general principles of contract law in the (English) common law. The particular purpose of this paper will be on how these two contract law regimes regard contractual freedom and the extent to which there are limitations to this.

Twigg-Flesner, Christian, The General Principles of the Chinese Contract Law from the Perspective of an (English) Common Lawyer (August 9, 2016) in LA DiMatteo and Chen Lei (eds), Chinese Contract Law: Civil and Common Law Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2017).

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