Staudinger -A comprehensive commentary of the German Civil Code, offering an ideal combination of innovation and tradition!
Tradition entails responsibility: since 1898 Staudinger has been associated with the German Civil Code and has shared in its development.
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The German Civil Code and more: in addition to the commentary of the Civil Code, the complete Staudinger offers a comprehensive commentary of important supplementary legislation, as well as detailed explanations of private international law.
The German Civil Code and Europe: Staudinger consistently takes into account the influences and developments of European private Community law.
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A team of experts at your side: 139 highly qualified commentators guarantee a high standard of competent information for use in theory and practice.
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Always up to date: the development of legislation and court rulings determines the publication dates of new volumes. Volumes are replaced as the need to update the content arises.
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Christian Hertel, LL.M. (George Washington Universität), ist Notar in Weilheim (Oberbayern). Bis Juli 2009 war er Geschäftsführer des Deutschen Notarinstituts in Würzburg.