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§§ 125-129; BeurkG

(Beurkundung)

Rev. by Hertel, Christian

Red. Habermann, Norbert

    269,00 € / $377.00 / £244.50*

    Hardcover
    Neubearb.
    Publication Date:
    December 2011
    ISBN
    978-3-8059-1117-7
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    Overview

    • Detailed commentary on all issues of formal requirements set out in the BGB: requirements, form errors, legal consequences of form errors, remedy of form errors
    • In-depth presentation of the power of attorney with regard to custodianship, which continues to gain in importance in legal practice
    • Explanation of the provisions of the Notarial Recording and Certification Act pertaining to electronic documents
    • Document correction by successors in office
    • Discussion of the current Federal Court of Justice's (BGH) case law on the requirements and scope of the notary's obligation to instruct

    Aims and Scope

    The commentary presents both the substantive legal form requirements of the German Civil Code (sections 125-129 BGB) as well as the certification procedure of the Certification Act (sections 1-53 BeurkG). It offers a comprehensive overview of the form purposes and the scope of the individual form provisions, and of the requirements and effects of the individual forms -from certification to the written form and the electronic form to the text form. The notarial certification procedure is also presented in detail. This commentary is particularly appealing due to its presentation of the certification procedure and substantive law in one single commentary.

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    Details

    24.3 x 16.0 cm
    x, 711 pages
    SELLIER - DE GRUYTER
    Language:
    German
    Type of Publication:
    Commentary
    Keyword(s):
    German Civil Code, General Part; Notarial Recording and Certification Law; commentary; §§ 125-129, Notarial Recording and Certification Act (BeurkG)
    Readership:
    Judges/Courts, Attorneys, Notaries, Attorneys commissioned as Notaries, Legal Departments of Companies, Trade Associations, Ministries, Professors, Institutions, Libraries

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