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“Life Time Contracts”: Rethinking Contract Law

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Veranstaltung: Freitag, den 30. September 2016 08:30 - 19:00
Ort: Chambre des Métiers
2, Circuit de la Foire Internationale
L-1347 Luxembourg

Long-term labour, tenancy, and consumer credit contracts – through which individuals obtain goods and services as well as find opportunities to work and create income – have an enormous impact on the daily lives of European citizens. Collectively, these types of contracts have been designated ‘Life Time Contracts’ by the European Social Contracts Group (EuSoCo), a group of academics founded in 2005.

EuSoCo focuses not only on the function of Life Time Contracts as a means of achieving an individual’s personal and social self-realisation, but also on the way such contracts structurally regulate long-term relationships that are frequently linked to the dynamics of market
inequalities.
At this conference, EuSoCo will put forward its
reflections on Life Time Contracts to encourage an informative and stimulating exchange of views on the functional and structural elements of Life Time Contracts, in light of their collective dimension.
The conference intends to, first, deepen the understanding of the existing legal framework surrounding Life Time Contracts, taking into consideration the EU’s latest policy priorities, and then identify and refine some of the common rules and principles in the different areas concerned, all in an effort to develop a better normative platform for them throughout Europe.

Supported by the Fonds National de la Recherche, Luxembourg
RESCOM 11232438

 

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For more information, please use the link below:

Link: https://wwwen.uni.lu/recherche/fdef/life_time_contracts
Daten: Invitation incl. programme_Life Time Contract_20160930.pdf 484,26 kB