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Organtransplantation Und Internationales Privatrecht

Organtransplantation Und Internationales Privatrecht (Paperback)

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Das Buch behandelt das Recht der Organtransplantation in Fallen mit Auslandsberuhrungen. Dort sind regelmassig zuerst die Regelungen des Internationalen Privatrechts nach dem fur den konkreten Sachverhalt massgeblichen nationalen Recht zu befragen, bevor die vom danach anwendbaren nationalen Recht vorgegebenen Regelungen zur Organtransplantation angewendet werden durfen. Die Abhandlung betrachtet dabei erstmals umfassend das deutsche Internationale Privatrecht der Organtransplantation unter Berucksichtigung der neuen Regelungen der Verordnung des Europaischen Parlamentes und des Rates uber das auf ausservertragliche Schuldverhaltnisse anzuwendende Recht ("Rom II"). Die Arbeit gliedert sich im Wesentlichen in drei Teile. Im ersten Teil wird die Organentnahme vom verstorbenen und vom lebenden Spender behandelt. Dabei geht es insbesondere um die Fragen, nach welchem Recht sich die Zulassigkeit der Organentnahme bestimmt und welches Recht auf Vertrage zwischen Arzt bzw. Klinik und Lebendspender anzuwenden ist. Der zweite Teil befasst sich mit den rechtlichen Beziehungen im Stadium der Organvermittlung. Dabei wird zwischen vermittlungspflichtigen und nicht vermittlungspflichtigen Organen unterschieden. Eingegangen wird auch auf Spendervereinbarungen bei der Uberkreuzspende. Der dritte Teil gilt schliesslich internationalprivatrechtlichen Fragen bei der Organimplantation."

Languages with Grant & CutlerLinguisticsLawInternational lawPrivate international law & conflict of laws Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG Publication Date: 23/01/2009 ISBN-13: 9783540922520  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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