‘Transnational Fiduciary Law: Spaces and Elements’

“Even a cursory review shows ample evidence of the importance of fiduciary-related norms, not only both in common-law and civil-law jurisdictions, but also beyond the nation state. Additionally, many norms are not only created through national or quasi-national legislation on a supranational level – as, eg, in the European Union – but also by non-governmental actors. Although civil law countries have no tradition of the trust as a legal institution, courts and scholars alike term relationships based on some kind of personal or professional trust ‘fiduciary’ …” (more)

[Thilo Kuntz, Oxford Business Law Blog, 1 July]

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