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Nullity Under Art. 101(2) TFEU

Caroline Cauffman, Primary EU law and private law concepts​, Antwerp, Intersentia, 2017.

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The paper discusses the characteristics of the Article 101(2) TFEU nullity compared to the concepts of nullity in civil law in Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Germany as well as to the concept of non-bindingness in EU consumer law.

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