Harmonisation of European Contract Law and Legal Translation: A Role for Comparative Lawyers

@article{Onufrio2007HarmonisationOE,
  title={Harmonisation of European Contract Law and Legal Translation: A Role for Comparative Lawyers},
  author={Maria Vittoria Onufrio},
  journal={Contracts \& Commercial Law eJournal},
  year={2007}
}
The problem of harmonizing the contract in Europe has caught the interest of law professors, researchers and the European institutions. After years of debates, the European Union is aware that a lack of uniform legal terminology prevents any kind of unification and harmonization of European Contract law. The need for a uniform legal terminology clashes with the multilingual legal terminology of European law. In Europe there is not just one, but many legislative and administrative languages, and… 
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