Official presentation on May 11 in Cologne Cologne, April 18, 2011. On April 21, Luchterhand published the successful BGB comment of the renowned publisher Prutting, paths, and Weinreich in 6. Edition. The current Edition takes into account among other things the new limitation law, comments on the reformed benefit and pension sharing and changes in family law. Roman is a trademark of Wolters Kluwer Germany.
The one-volume BGB has become comment from the Roman House a standard work in the field of the legal literature. The 56-member writing team around the Publisher Prutting, paths and Weinreich informed now in 6. Edition competently to developments and changes in the German case-law. The BGB comment make it the ideal tool for lawyers a clear text design, the renunciation of abbreviations, as well as detailed tables of contents. Innovations of the Sixth Edition at a glance current case law and getting hands-on experience to the new law of statute of limitations to the current reform of the Consumer credit and the withdrawal rights, new Zahlungsdienstleistungs and loan law to the reformed Zugewinn-compensatory to the form of the law of succession and the part-time and timeshare contracts also contain and the changes are in particular law of obligations, in particular as regards the risk limitation law and demand security law and their impact on the property law and the decision of the Constitutional Court to the alimony. Official presentation by Professor Prutting at the 11.05.2011 at 16:30 will be Professor Prutting the new edition of the civil code comment in the Cologne bookseller Wang & Behrendt (Universitatsstrasse 18, 50937 Cologne) present. In the context of the appointment, a lecture on the current developments in the law is interested. The editor Prof.
Dr. Hanns Prutting, Professor at the University of Cologne, Director of the Institute of procedural law. Prof. Dr. Gerhard due LL.M (Harvard), lawyer in Stuttgart, Germany, Honorary Professor at the University of Tubingen. Gerd Weinreich, presiding judge at the higher regional court Oldenburg. Manufacturer information Hanns Prutting / routes / Gerd Weinreich (eds.) BGB comment 6th Edition 2011, Luchterhand (Wolters Kluwer Germany), 3.668 pages, 98.00 euros, ISBN 978-3-472-07912-5 for more information, review copies, as well as printable image material contact please contact: Inca cumin corporate Wolters Kluwer Germany GmbH phone: + 49 (0) 221 94373-7093 E-Mail: Luchterhand Verlag brand of the publishing brand Luchterhand of Wolters Kluwer Germany GmbH stands for excellent information in the law and in public administration. Especially for specialist solicitors, lawyers, judges and employees in the public administration, but also for architects, civil engineers and building contractors, Luchterhand offers a variety of modern products and efficient solutions that are tailored to each specific requirements. The program includes comments, pattern and form collections, manuals, tables, Magazines, loose-leaf and CD ROMs and online portals. About Wolters Kluwer Germany the Wolters Kluwer Germany GmbH a knowledge and information society service provided is legal, in particular in the areas of economy and taxes offers in-depth technical information for professional users. The company has its headquarters in Cologne, Germany at over 20 locations, with a workforce of around 1,200 and operates over 25 years of experience in the German market. Wolters Kluwer Germany is part of the international Informationsdienstleisters Wolters Kluwer n.v., whose core markets law, economics, taxes, accounting, corporate, financial services and healthcare are. Wolters Kluwer has annual sales of 3.6 billion (2010), employs approximately 19,000 people and operates in over 40 countries. For more information, see: