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Keynote Speaker
HON. MR JUSTICE RAMSEY
Royal Courts of Justice
The Strand - London WC2A 2LL
PROFILE
Sir Vivian Ramsey studied Engineering
Science and Economics at Oxford University
before working as a civil engineer in the UK and
overseas. During this time he became a Chartered Engineer and a Member
of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
After studying law in London he was called to the Bar (Middle Temple)
in 1979 and was a practising barrister in Keating Chambers from 1981 to
2005. He became a Queen’s Counsel in 1992 and practised around the
world as an advocate, arbitrator, adjudicator and mediator in technical
disputes, particularly related to construction and engineering projects. He
acted for governments, public authorities, utilities, international contracting
companies, consultancies, architects, engineers and other construction
professionals. In 2002 he was elected as a Bencher of Middle Temple.
He appeared in the High Court, Court of Appeal and House of Lords as
well as overseas courts and was called to the Bar in Hong Kong,
Singapore, Brunei and Trinidad for particular cases in those jurisdictions.
He acted as counsel in numerous domestic and international arbitrations.
He was also appointed as chairman, co-arbitrator or sole arbitrator in some
90 domestic and international arbitrations including ICC, LCIA,
UNCITRAL, SCC, JCCA and other institutional or ad-hoc arbitrations. He
was also appointed as a mediator and an adjudicator as well as being an
expert appointed by the ICC President and a member of Dispute Review
Boards.
From 2003 to 2005 he was Head of Keating Chambers, the London set
of barristers’ Chambers specialising in Building, Technology, IT and
associated commercial Disputes.
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In 2003 he chaired the PNE Committee established under section P6 of the
Balancing and Settlement Code to determine a wide range of notification
disputes under the NETA trading arrangements in the UK Electricity
Industry.
He is the current joint editor of Keating on Building Contracts which is a
standard text in the UK and Common Law countries. He produced the 7th
Edition in 2000 and the 8th Edition in 2006 and has produced the first
supplement to the 8th Edition in 2009. He was a founding editor of
Construction Law Journal and continues as a Consultant Editor. He has
edited or contributed to or is a member of the editorial board of a number of
other publications.
He is also a Special Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at
the University of Nottingham and has recently been appointed as a Visiting
Professor at the Centre for Construction Law and Management at King’s
College, London.
In November 2005 he was appointed as a High Court Judge in the
Queen’s Bench Division and in September 2007 was appointed as judge in
charge of the Technology and Construction Court.
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The B.O.T Contract between private and public law and the
influence on investment polarization
Dr. Naser Khalil Jalal
College of Law and Politics
Salah Al Deen University Arbeel – Iraq
The B.O.T. contracts (build operate and transfer) are considered as
the extremely significant investment contracts which appeared during the
transactions between the states specially the developed one for the sake
strategic projects exactly for the infrastructure projects. The states
conclude this kind of contracts with the private law persons i.e. the state
grants this contract as opportunity for the private sector to invest.
There are differences between jurists in this field about the nature of
this contract some of them decide that it’s a private law contract and some
others see that it’s a public law one. This difference reflected also the
legislations in those states which issued a private regulation concerning to
this contract.
This research entitled by (the B.O.T. contracts between private law
and public law and its effect on bringing investments) which aimed at
clearing the difference and chose the exact one.
So we divided the research into three chapters:
Chapter one concerning to the notion of B.O.T. contracts and its
privileges and characteristics. Chapter two dealing with the different
opinions related to the nature of the B.O.T. contract chapter three is about
the legal effects of choosing an opinion rather than the other and how its
concerning to the bringing of investments and the point of view in Iraqi
law situation in the light of the Iraqi law investment and Kurdistan region
investment law
In conclusion we arrived to some results and recommendations
written down at the end and attached by a B.O.T. law project proposal.
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The Liabilities originating from B.O.T Contracts
Dr. Doweeb Hussin Saber Aabdel Atheem
College of Law – Asioot University – Egypt
Recently, B.O.T (Build –Operate-Transfer) contracting systems were
widely used in order to develop the projects of infrastructure in general and
the projects of public utilities in particular.
State governments including Arab governments resorted to this system
due to its advantages, mainly, less foreign loans and therefore it helps in
preserving hard currencies
B.O.T contracting system has some consequences for both contracting
parties, even for the administrative authority offering the right and the
second party (Project Company)
The current study illustrates the consequences of the B.O.T contract as
regards the Project Company, particularly, the liabilities of the Project
Company.
B.O.T contracts impose many liabilities on the Project Company.
Examples of such liabilities are:
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General Liabilities"
The project company is considered liable for execution of the project
but it has the advantage of sub-contraction
The project company is to offer guarantees of good execution
The project company is to abide by the principles of operating the
public utility.
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Special Liabilities:
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The project company is to notify the administrative authority with the
surrounding conditions of the contract, maintenance works, the
transfer of the project ownership, transfer of technology to the hosting
state even through the training of domestic labor or through the
collaborative activities of scientific research
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Georges Cavalier
University of Lyon 3
Law School
Institute for Business Law & Economy (IDEA)
18 rue Chevreul – 69362 Lyon Cedex 07 - FRANCE
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http://ssrn.com/author=878763
http://www.edocdroitlyon3.com/annuaires_pop_prof.php?id=5008
Short Academic Biography
Georges Cavalier is Associate Professor of Law at the University of
Lyon, France, Academic Director for International Programs (North
America), and Director of the Master of Laws in Business Law and
Taxation.
He holds two PhDs in law, delivered by the University Jean Moulin Lyon 3 and the Radboud University of Nimegue (the Netherlands). He also
holds a LL.M. degree from Georgetown University Law Center
(Washington, D.C.), and a Master in Business Law and Taxation
(DESS/Magistère/DJCE) from the University of Lyon.
Georges is a Fellow of the Business & Law Research Center
(Onderzoekcentrum Onderneming & Recht), the Netherlands. This centre
is accredited by the Dutch Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences as a
Centre of Excellence.
Georges main interest is Taxation and Corporation/Securities. He is
invited to teach or give a conference by the following Universities in the
United States (New York University, University of Texas at Austin,
Cornell University; Brooklyn Law School, New York; University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill; University of Georgia), the United Kingdom
(Queen Mary University of London; University of Surrey; University of
Essex), the Netherlands (Radboud University of Nimegue; Pallas
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Consortium, Amsterdam), Switzerland (University of Geneva), the Middle
East (University of Tehran, Iran; Aïn Chams University, Cairo, Egypt;
Saint-Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon), Africa (UATM, Cotonou,
Benin; University Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal), and Asia
(University of Yerevan, Armenia; Vietnam National University, Hanoi;
University of Nagoya, Japan).
Georges Cavalier's current research involves Financial Law, Tax Law,
and Law & Economics. He is the co-author (in French language) of Taxation
and Development (Cujas Paris, 2006), and of a Tax Law Dictionnary
(Ellipses Paris, 2007). He recently presented a research on Mergers and
Acquisition in France and in the United States (invited by New York
University Law School, University of Texas at Austin, Cornell University
Law School). He is the author of a 2008 Report on Hedge Funds in a
Comparative Perspective (France and the U.K.) to the French Securities and
Exchange Commission equivalent (Autorité des Marchés Financiers), and
currently works on the Financial Crisis and Islamic Finance with the
University of Tehran. Finally, he publishes regularly articles in English
language law journals (e.g., Tax Notes International, International and
Comparative Law Quarterly, World Competition)
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L’éolienne et le droit français
Eléments de réflexion pour les Emirats Arabes Unis
Georges Cavalier
Université de Lyon
RÉSUMÉ:
Cet article analyse les différentes facettes de la mise en place d’un
parc de centrales éoliennes en France. A partir de cas concrets, l’auteur
explore les choix pour structurer juridiquement de tels projets tout en
apportant quelques réponses aux questions de droit français soulevées par
la nature controversée (mobilière ou immobilière) de l’éolienne.
L’évaluation des aspects réglementaires, juridiques (contrats spéciaux,
droit de la construction, sûretés) et fiscaux, a vocation à fournir un socle de
réflexions aux Emirats Arabes Unis, à l’heure où ils se tournent vers
l’énergie renouvelable (Masdar City) pour palier l’épuisement des
ressources fossiles.
SUMMARY:
This article analyses different aspects of the development of wind
farms in France. Based on empirical hypothesis, the author explores the
legal structure suited for these projects, and, due to the controversy over
whether wind farms are movable or immovable, discusses questions raised
in French law. The assessment of regulatory, legal (contracts, construction
law, security interest), and tax aspects provide the basis for reflexion by the
United Arab Emirates, at a time when they are considering sustainable
energy technologies (Masdar City) to better face the depletion of fossil
energy resources.
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Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Walaa Arakeeb
Tanta, Egypt
Mobile: 010-542-3399
Email: [email protected]
Education
S.J.D. (PhD) in Law, 2007, SMU Dedman School of
Law
LL.M. in International and Comparative Law, 2002,
SMU Dedman School of Law
Diploma in Public Law, 1993, Tanta University School of Law, Egypt, first in
class
Diploma in Private Law, 1994, Tanta University School of Law, Egypt, first in
class
LL.B., 1992, Tanta University School of Law, Egypt, first in class; (equivalent to
a U.S. Juris Doctor degree)
Positions
Adjunct Professor in Manofua University- Faculty of Law- English Department,
2008 - Present
Adjunct Professor in Ain Shams University- Faculty of Law-English Department,
2008 - Present
Adjunct Professor in Mansoura University- Faculty of Law- English Department,
2008 - Present
Executive Director of Tanta
Department,2007 – Present
University-
Faculty
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Law-
English
Lecturer in Tanta Law School English Faculty , 2007 – Present
International Counsel in Thompson & Knight Law Firm, 2004 – Present
Member of Egyptian Diplomatic Educational Governmental Mission (Official
scholarship), 2001 - 2007
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Associate Lecturer in Civil Law (contract, property, evidence, secure
transactions), Tanta University School of Law, 1995-2001
Host of legal program on Egyptian television station Channel 6, 1995-1999
Senior Legal and Political Counsel in El Sharkawy Law Office, 1995-2001
Associated Vice-Representative of State of Counsel, 1992-1994
Presentations/Publications
Electronic Contract - Reconciling Legal Theory With Practice: A Critique of the
Current State of Egyptian Law (With Modest Recommendations for Reform),
Dissertation Submitted for Doctorate of Juridical Science, SMU Dedman School
of Law, May 2007
E-version for Alternative Dispute Resolutions, International Commercial
Arbitration Symposium, SMU Dedman School of Law, January 2002.
Egyptian Legal Affairs, Television programming presentation, Channel 6, 19951999
Reviewing Egyptian Labor Law in Light of the Privatization Policy, presented at
the Short Course on Labor Rights, Labor University, Tanta, Egypt, 1996, 1997,
1998
Doing Business in Libya, T&K International Bulletin (2005).
Doing Business in Egypt, T&K International Bulletin (2006).
Manuscripts in Progress
Environmental Regulation within the Egyptian Territory – Legal Analysis for
Current Egyptian Environment Law No. 4 of 1994 and Its Executive Regulations,
(in preparation) (2008).
Activities
Member, American Bar Association
Member, Association of International Petroleum Association
Member, Egyptian Association of Legislative and Political Economy
Secretary of London Forum, 2002
Honors
1992 Top of Class in Tanta Law School Bachelor Degree
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1993 Top of Class in Tanta Law School Graduate Program
1994 Top of Class in Tanta Law School Graduate Program
Egyptian Government Award for Distinguished Graduate, 2007
Egyptian Governmental Mission Scholarship, 2001
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The vitality construction contracts provisions
within the scope of the Egyptian legal system
Dr. Walaa Arakeeb
Assistant Professor – Tanta University – Egypt.
In this research, we addressed the nature of the fine delay in contracts of
the public construction, which differ in their nature from contracts the
private construction. In the latter, the fine delay is a compensation which
its amount is fixed by agreement and in advance. This requires proof of
damage resulting from delay. While the fine delay in contracts of public
construction is deserve as soon as the delay and without the need for proof
of damage. Therefore, the question arises whether nature of such a fine is
considered as a penalty or compensation.
In this research, we have addressed this issue through a review of this
nature in the comparative law and in the laws of Egypt and United Arab
Emirates where these laws varied in determining this nature. Moreover, in
the same state, the judgments of courts, as the High Administrative Court
in Egypt, are different.
At the end of this research, we concluded to support the trend which
considers the fine delay in contracts of public construction as a penalty
imposed bu the adminstrative authority against the other contractor for his
breach of good conduct of the public utility. This penalty may be taken into
account when determining the amount of the full compensation for damage
resulting from this delay or may not be taken into account. This is
determined by the will of the parties to the contract or by the provisions of
law. However, it must be fixed at the outset in all cases. Otherwise, it may
lead to an illogical result where the administrative authority can get
compensation which its amount exceeds the amount of damage.
Undoubtedly, this result is contrary to the proper legal logic and rules of
justice.
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The delayed Pament fine rules in general building and
constructions contracts
Dr. Mohamed Said Al - Dosoki
College of Law – Ajman University
In this research, we addressed the nature of the fine delay in contracts
of the public construction, which differ in their nature from contracts the
private construction. In the latter, the fine delay is a compensation which
its amount is fixed by agreement and in advance. This requires proof of
damage resulting from delay. While the fine delay in contracts of public
construction is deserve as soon as the delay and without the need for proof
of damage. Therefore, the question arises whether nature of such a fine is
considered as a penalty or compensation.
In this research, we have addressed this issue through a review of this
nature in the comparative law and in the laws of Egypt and United Arab
Emirates where these laws varied in determining this nature. Moreover, in
the same state, the judgments of courts, as the High Administrative Court
in Egypt, are different.
At the end of this research, we concluded to support the trend which
considers the fine delay in contracts of public construction as a penalty
imposed bu the adminstrative authority against the other contractor for his
breach of good conduct of the public utility. This penalty may be taken into
account when determining the amount of the full compensation for damage
resulting from this delay or may not be taken into account. This is
determined by the will of the parties to the contract or by the provisions of
law. However, it must be fixed at the outset in all cases. Otherwise, it may
lead to an illogical result where the administrative authority can get
compensation which its amount exceeds the amount of damage.
Undoubtedly, this result is contrary to the proper legal logic and rules of
justice.
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"Mechanisms for Protecting Lenders and the Obstacles of
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Dr. Sami Abd Albaqi
College of Law – Cairo University – Egypt
This research discusses the State-owned infrastructure projects that are
implemented according to one of the important finance mechanisms;
namely the BOT. The research further sheds light on the mechanisms used
for protecting lenders from the risks that would prevent proper execution
of such projects. These mechanisms are generally intended to provide a
package of guarantees protecting the movable and immovable assets of
projects during the construction process. They are also planned to capture
the cash flows that inherently stem from such projects and prevent cash
flows' exposure to the financial liabilities of a company assigned to execute
a project during its exploitation period.
This research also provides an overview of the most eminent obstacles
that may face arbitration proceedings duly undertaken to settle the disputes
arising out of such projects.
In order to easily demonstrate such mechanisms used for protecting
lenders and obstacles of arbitration, the research further provides -in its
introduction- a summarized description of the BOT system and the related
contractual structure.
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Dr. Kameran Al-Salihi
Associate Professor
College Law
University of UAE
Education
Ph. D. (Commercial Law) University of Cairo –
Egypt 1981.
M. A. (Private Law) University of Cairo – Egypt
1978.
B. A. (Law) University of Baghdad – Iraq 1970.
Teaching Experience
1– 2008 – Present, Associate Professor, College of Law and College of Business
and Administration University of UAE.
22002-7007,Associate Professor, College of Law and College of Business
and Administration University of Bahrain.
2– 2000 – 2002, Associate Professor, College of Law. Salahaddin University,
Erbil, Iraq
3– 1996 – 1998 Ass. Professor, College of Law Al-Zaytonee University – Jordan.
4– 1992 – 1995 Ass. Professor, College of Law, Salahaddin University, Erbil,
Iraq
.Publications in English
1 – Commercial Law of Bahrain published by University of Bahrain, 2006.
2 – Commercial papers and Banking transactions published by University of
Bahrain, 2005.
3 – Bahrain commercial companies and Bankruptcy – composition law
published by University of Bahrain, 2004.
4 – An introduction to international law (Lecture for staff of Bahrain
foreigner’s affair 2004).
5 – English for law students University of Bahrain (handout) 2003.
Publications in Arabic language
1 – Settlement of disputes of intellectual property rights in international
commercial Treaties university of Bahrain 2006.
2 – The legal system of patent rights Dubai 2005.
3 – Protection of civilian people in Humanitarian international law university
of Bahrain 2005.
4 – Democracy and civil society Erbil 2000.
Abstracts and CVs
5–
Conveyance of Business Establishment Dar Al-Thakfa – distributing and
publishing. Jordan 2000.
6 – Commercial transactions (comparison study between Islamic law and
Swedish law (Article) university of Salah-Al-Din – Erbil. 1998.
7–
Human Rights and Civil society Al-Rafid Distributing and publishing,
London 1994.
8–
Swedish Family Law, Salahaddin University Erbil, Kurdistan 1995.
9–
International Autonomy and International law (Article) Salahaddin
University 1995.
10 – Genocide crimes (Article) Erbil 1993.
Conferences
1- Conference on Alternative Dispute Resolution and Restorative
Justice.October12-13 2008,Abu Dhabi
2– Negotiation and interpreter of International commercial contracts. Bahrain,
ITC 2006.
3– Foundation and Principle of World Trade Organization (WTO). Bahrain, ITC
2005 (English language).
4 – IT contract Bahrain, 2004 (English language).
5– Legal and Economic Aspects of the World Trade Organization agreements.
Dubai 2004.
6 –Intellectual Property Rights. WIPO. Bahrain 2003.
7 – Arbitration and Custom. Bahrain, ITC 2003.
Language skills
English, Arabic, Swedish, Kurdish,Turkmanish
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(Arbitration as model) On the light of UAE law
Dr. Kameran Al-Salihi
College of Law UAE U
We have reached in this paper that the infrastructure projects with
private financing, including BOT has certain characteristics that
distinguish it from other contracts because of its developmental role
,beside it’s a huge large size and enormous value and length of
implementation period, so the conclusion of these contracts and its
implementation requests scientific study and practical in-depth to achieve
a balance between the interests of the parties associated with it are many
and varied.
And settlement of disputes arising from the implementation of these
projects require the creation of appropriate and effective means to achieve
justice, realism and speed safety, implementation of these projects, so these
means always be the focus of attention of the parties involved in these
projects, as the interest of public sector as well as investors and contractors
and lenders in the presence of effective measures to avoid or resolve
conflicts quickly.
From this standpoint, we find that the United Nations Commission of
International Trade Law confirmed that should not be any obstacles or
restrictions to prevent the use of mechanisms for the settlement of disputes
through friendly outside the judicial system, and therefore, the parties to
these contracts, they can agree on one or more means of alternative means
of dispute settlement according to the the special needs of these projects
and to ensure successful implementation, We have referred to these means,
including negotiation, conciliation, arbitration and the use of expert
opinion and mini-trials, also broached the possibility of arbitration and
resort to BOT contract.
Abstracts and CVs
We have come through research the possibility of recourse to amicable
means to resolve disputes concerning the BOT contracts in accordance
with the law in the UAE, who kept pace with that of the United Nations
Commission on International Trade Law and International Center for
Settlement of Investment Disputes and the Convention on the Settlement of
Investment Disputes in Arab States.
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Dispute Resolution for Build,
Operate and Transfer (B.O.T) with a foreign element
Study in the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes
Dr Rsha Ali Aldien
College of Law – Mansora University – Egypt
Contracts for Build, Operate and Transfer (B.O.T), have become a fact can not
be ignored, and talk about the legal system to settle disputes has become the
necessities of a special study of this decade on the international level. States have
sought constantly to attract foreign investment, and embarked on the provision of
facilities and legal safeguards.
Washington Convention of 1965 for the settlement of Investment Disputes
between States and Nationals of other countries established the International
Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes. The main objective of this center is
to facilitate the settlement of investment disputes between governments and
foreign investors in order to increase international investment flows.
International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes regard to the
consideration of legal disputes that arise directly from the investment between the
Member State of the Center and an investor has the nationality of another
Member State of the Center.
The study is trying to draw a clear picture of the form of arbitration within the
Center, the role of arbitral tribunals, and the importance of the principles of
international law in the area of arbitration before arbitral status, especially in light
of the absence of agreement of the parties to determine the law applicable to the
center.
Abstracts and CVs
Asst. Prof. Dr. EMREHAN İNAL
Istanbul University Faculty of Law
Civil Law Department
Kent Plus 1.Etap, D1 Blok, D.10,
Batı Ataşehir, Kadıköy – İstanbul/Turkey
Telefon : + 90 216 6880011
GSM: + 90 532 2120349
E-mail: [email protected]
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Date and Place of Birth : 15.04.1975, Ankara.
Marital Status : Married.
EDUCATION
Doktorate : Istanbul University (1999-2004).
Post Graduate : Marmara University (1997-1999).
Graduate : Marmara University (1991-1995).
ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
2008 to Present: Assistant Professor of Civil Law at the Istanbul University Civil
Law
Department
2008 to Present : Board Member of Istanbul University Centre of Comparative
Law.
January 2009 to Present: Secretary of International Association of Legal
Science (IALS)
Turkish National Committee.
1997 – 2008 Research Assistant at the Istanbul University Civil Law Department
Research at the University of London Institute of Advanced Legal Studies,
Winter
Semestre of Academic Year 1998/99
Research in Freiburg i. Br. (Bibliothek für Rechtwissenschaft- Juristisches
Seminar
der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität), Academic Year of 2000 – 2001.
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Research in Lausanne – Switzerland with van Calker Scholarship. Institut
Suisse de
Droit Comparé – Schweizerisches Institut für Rechtsvergleichung, 2009.
Member of the Organising Committee of Colloquium on Legal Protection of
Fine
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Law, 8-9 May 2008, Istanbul.
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Member of the Organising Committee of International Symposium on
Banking and
Consumer Protection Law, Türkisch-Schweizerische Juristentage, 30-31
October
2008, Istanbul.
LECTURES
Civil Law Related Courses
Comparative Law
Construction Law
Consumer Protection Law
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PROFIT-SHARING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS
Asst. Prof. Dr. Emrehan INAL
Istanbul University Law Faculty, Centre of Comparative Law
Agreements entered into by a landowner and contractor to perform a
construction project have traditionally been made either in the form of “a
simple construction contract or in the form of construction contracts under
which construction is performed in consideration of land share”. Recently,
however, parallel to the developments in the real estate and construction
sector, a new type of a construction contract between owners and
contractors has become common, particularly in the construction of
medium- and large- sized building projects.
Under profit-sharing construction contracts, the parties, i.e. the owner
and the contractor, conclude an agreement on how they will share the gain
which will be obtained from the sale of independent sections which are
going to be built by the contractor. The aim of entering into such an
agreement is not only to perform construction (independent sections) on
the owner’s land, but also to make a profit by selling independent sections
and sharing the gain in question. In order to achieve this result, the
contractor erects a construction (builds independent sections) on the
owner’s land as well as selling independent sections to third parties.
Since both revenue sharing contracts, in general, and profit sharing
construction contracts, in particular, are not regulated by the Code, the
issues as to their legal character, type and whether their validity is subject
to a specific formal requirement and rights and obligations of the parties
need to be clarified.
In cases where parties merely intend to make a profit from the sale of
independent sections, profit-sharing construction contracts provide an
effective opportunity to achieve this objective.
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LE FICHANT Prénom : Françoise
Date et lieu de naissance : le 31/10/ 1964 à Vannes (56) France
Situation de famille : vie maritale - deux enfants.
Adresse personnelle : 16, rue du Professeur Dubuisson
44 100 NANTES - FRANCE
Tél. : (33) 02-40-69-17-82
Adresse professionnelle : Faculté de Droit de Nantes
Chemin de la Censive du Tertre
B.P. 81 307 44 313 NANTES Cedex 3
Tél. : (33) 02-40-14-15-92
Mail : [email protected]
I - CARRIERE UNIVERSITAIRE.
Septembre 1994 - Habilitation à diriger les recherches. Faculté de Droit de Nantes.
Septembre 1993 - Nomination maître de conférences à la Faculté de Droit de Nantes
Juin 1993 - Qualification maître de conférences par le CNU
Décembre 1992 - Doctorat - Mention très honorable avec les félicitations du jury.
Thèse : « L’obligation de négocier en Droit Privé » Sous la direction de
Loïc CADIET, professeur à Paris Assas ; soutenue à la Faculté de Droit de
Rennes.
1987 - D.E.S.S. de Contentieux privé. Faculté de Droit de Rennes. Mention Assez Bien.
Réseaux de recherche :
–
Laboratoire : Institut de Recherches en Droit Privé (IRDP) à la Faculté de droit de
Nantes
–
Centre de Recherche en Droit Immobilier (CRDI) avec l’ICH-Cnam-IRDP, à Nantes
–
Réseau international Lascaux « droits-aliments-terre », sous la direction du
professeur François Collart Dutilleul.
–
Axe transatlantique « droit, entreprises et risques », sous l’égide notamment du
Professeur J.J. Daigre (Université de Paris I), du Professeur A. Prüm (Université du
Luxembourg) et du Professeur S. Rousseau (Université de Montréal).
II - ENSEIGNEMENTS REALISES.
Bourse Erasmus, université de droit de Pècs – Hongrie : cours de droit
immobilier - 2010
Bourse Erasmus, université de droit de Cluj – Roumanie, cours sur les troubles
anormaux de voisinage dans le Master Droit comparé – mai 2008 – mai 2009 –
mai 2010
Cours de droit des sociétés de construction en Master 2 droit des opérations
immobilières
cours de droit des sociétés et de bail commercial approfondi au master 2 professionnel
droit notarial - Faculté de droit de Nantes
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Cours pour le Diplôme Supérieure du Notariat : fonds de commerce, bail commercial.
cours de droit spécial des sociétés en Master 1 Droit des Affaires – Faculté de Droit de
Nantes
cours de droit des sociétés – Licence 2 sem. 1et 2 - Faculté de Droit de Nantes
cours de droit des biens en Licence 3. - Faculté de droit de Nantes
cours de contrats civils et commerciaux – Master 1 sem. 1et 2 - Faculté de Nantes
cours de droit des affaires - Deug II - Facultés de Droit de Nantes et de la Roche sur
Yon
cours de droit de l’immeuble à l’Institut de la Construction et de l’Habitat de Nantes.
III – RAYONNEMENT ET ACTIVITES INTERNATIONALES.
– Enseignement régulier de droit civil immobilier à des étudiants d'un master droit
francophone à l'université Balbès-Boloy à Cluj en Roumanie. Echanges et
encadrements d'étudiants nantais et roumains. Responsable de la filière NantesCluj.
– Enseignement de droit civil à l'Université de Pècs en Hongrie. Echanges et
encadrements d'étudiants nantais et hongrois. Responsable de la filière NantesPècs.
– Direction d’une thèse en co-tutelle avec l’Université de Sfax, en Tunisie : « la
gouvernance d’entreprise dans les sociétés anonymes.
– Suivis de mémoires de droit comparé pour les étudiants Erasmus ou filières
intégrées (Nantes-Mayence ou Nantes-Cardiff) inscrits en master 1 droit des
affaires à Nantes.
Ces mémoires de droit comparé ont en effet été maintenus, selon mon souhait,
comme obligatoires pour ces étudiants lorsqu'ils veulent s'inscrire en master 1
droit des affaires à la Faculté de droit de Nantes. Ils sont approximativement une
quinzaine chaque année.
IV - PUBLICATIONS.
- co-auteur du Lamy « Formulaire commenté des contrats civils et commerciaux – baux –
contrats de l’entreprise » sous la direction scientifique et rédaction de François Collart
Dutilleul
- « La démolition de ce qui trouble anormalement le voisinage »
Article pour les Mélanges offerts à R. Hostiou octobre 2008 Litec
- « Les démembrements de propriété au service du logement social »
Article pour les Mélanges offerts à A. Fenet décembre 2008 Litec
- « Typologie et validité des clauses de sortie dans les sociétés de capitaux » in « La
sortie de l’investisseur » sous la direction de T. Bonneau, E. Le Dolley et H. Le
Nabasque éd. Litec Colloques et débats 2007 p. 153
- « L’appropriation ou l’usage de l’eau douce par les particuliers » in « L’eau, sous le
regard des sciences humaines et sociales » éd. L’Harmattan juin 2007 p. 23
- « Entreprise et troubles de voisinage »
Article pour les Mélanges offerts à A.H Ménard LGDJ 2006
Abstracts and CVs
- « La paracommercialité des associations » in « les Associations : entre bénévolat et
logique d’entreprise » Editions Presses Universitaires de Rennes 2004
- Fascicule Lamy Environnement Air et Bruit « Troubles de voisinage » fasc. 421
- sommaires commentés d’arrêts et chef de rubrique pour « vente immobilière » dans la
revue Administrer de 2000 à 2005, en droit de l’immeuble, contrat de vente d’immeuble
Participations à des colloques et manifestations :
- 13 Février 2009 : Journée d’actualisation, organisée par l’IRDP : sociétés
commerciales – baux commerciaux.
- 8 et 9 juin 2009 : Congrès mondial « L’accès à la terre et ses usages » à
Nantes : « Les troubles anormaux de voisinage : frein et/ou chance pour le
développement des exploitations agricoles ? »
- « Le voisin constructeur » Intervention au Séminaire ICH d’octobre 2005,
V - ACTIVITES PEDAGOGIQUES ET ADMINISTRATIVES.
Présidente de jury pour l’examen d’entrée à l’Ecole des Avocats du Grand Ouest
Présidente de jury de spécialisation d’avocat –baux commerciaux, baux professionnel
Membre de jury de sortie du Centre de Formation professionnelle des Notaires de
Rennes
De septembre 2001 à septembre 2004, vice-doyen de la Faculté de Droit de
Nantes.
membre du Conseil de Gestion de la Faculté depuis 1995
membre de la Commission de spécialistes de droit privé, puis du Comité de sélection
en droit privé.
responsabilité du Master 1 de Droit des Affaires - Faculté de droit de Nantes
direction de thèses, dont une en co-tutelle avec l’Université de Sfax en Tunisie
encadrement des étudiants de Licence stagiaires.
encadrement régulier d’étudiants de licence ou master Erasmus ou filière intégrée
Nantes-Cardiff et Nantes-Mayence
Organisation du Forum des métiers du Droit à la Faculté de Droit de Nantes depuis
2001
Participation à des Journées Informations sur les études de Droit dans plusieurs lycées
de la région.
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The partner`s right to withdraw
from the civil real property companies.
Dr. Francoise Lovichane
Associate Professor - College of Law
Nantes University – France
Every partner has a right to withdraw from the real-estate company
partnership.
There are financial implications on the Real Estate Company upon the
withdrawal of Partner. This right of the partner is not as absolute right, but
it is subject to certain Limitations.
This research paper balances the interests and rights of the partner to
withdraw, as well as the protections extended to the real estate company
upon such withdrawal.
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Plurality of contractors in the implementation
of the construction contract
Dr. Tareq Bakouch
Imam Malek College – Dubai
The basic aim of the study before hands is to explain the characteristics
of “ Consortium” in relation with construction and building contracts and
to highlight the fact that the “consortium” is a contractual framework of an
institutional regime. Indeed, this fact makes it different from all the other
well-known types of groupments such as companies, GIE, and the
contractual groupment.
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creates between its different members, which differentiates between the
relationship between the members themselves and their relationship with
third party.
Furthermore, this study sheds light on the different specific duties that
emanate from the consortium such as obligations of cooperation, solidarity,
assistance, advice, reciprocal information as well as friendly disputesolving.
Finally, this research takes into consideration the international aspect of
this unique concept called “Consortium”.
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Licencié en droit de la faculté de droit de Nantes
Diplômé d’études spécialisées en droit commercial de la faculté de Rouen
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Ancien directeur juridique et fiscal du Crédit Industriel de l’Ouest. Groupe
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Président de Chambre au tribunal de commerce de Nantes.
Enseignant au Centre de Formation de la Profession bancaire.
Président de l’ARPEJ (Association régionale pour l’étude de la
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The liability of the bank in the real estate funding.
Loic Bilille – Judge
Consultant in the Commercial court – Nantes – France.
In France the banks extend a financial support to the construction
companies through a Bank Guarantee. The relationship between the real
estate companies and Banks; is based upon an organized legal system. But
the question of liability of the real estate company arises when they are
unable to complete the project. This research paper focuses on the various
aspects relating to the liability, whether it is Private liability or a general
liability.
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construction defects
Dr. Farouk Alabaasiri
College of Law - Ajman University of Science and Technology
The paper highlights the development of concept of architect responsible for
construction defects. This because the provisions of the UAE Civi Transactions
law and the Egyptian Civil law make the liability for construction defects only on
the contractor and the architect. In doing so, these provisions seem infuenced by
the traditional concept of the architectural work where the defects are restriced to
the constructions made of raw building materials(cement, sands, gravel, etc).
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construction works, which are based on the raw matrials mentioned above, but
also includes indusrial construction that rely in whole or in part on prefabricated
parts of buildings. While the legislators in UAE and Egypt stipulated only the
traditional methods of construction, the French legislator went a step forward by
making the manufacturer of these prefabricated prts of buildings – with the
contractor- responsible for defects of the architectural work. However, the
responsibility of the manufacturer is established in this regard if the contractor has
not change the nature of these prefabricated parts of buildings and he has
followed the manufacturer's instructions regarding the establishment or
incorporated in the architrctural work as a whole. If these conditions are existed,
both of the manufactuerer and the contractor will be responsible for defcts. So, the
employer may ask one of them or both of them (in solidarity) to pay a
compensation for the damage to the damage to architectural work.
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The Issuance of Variation Orders
by the Engineer in the Construction Contract.
A Study on the FIDIC Red Book.
Dr. Nisreen Mahasneh
Yamouk University-Irbid.
Varying the Works is considered among those authorities given to the
Engineer in a construction contract. Yet, such an authority is subject to
some restrictions. By issuing a Variation Order, the Engineer in fact
requests either changes or additions to the Work which are not within the
original contract’s scope. The Engineer is obligated to ensure that the
Variation Order is written, necessary and embodies additional or new
work. In return, the contractor becomes entitled to additional payment for
such additional Work.
In the course of determining the legal status of the Engineer in issuing
the Variation Order, it has been found that the Engineer, not being a party
in the contract, has no right to amend it. Then, both agency and works legal
doctrines were analyzed and found not to be an appropriate legal base to
justify such an authority. Rather, it is necessary to analyze the Conditions
of Particular Application of the contract; hence, if the Engineer is fully
independent when issuing such an order then it can be considered a
contractor in a Works Contract. To the contrary, if such authority is
restricted, then the Engineer may well be considered an agent. But, if the
Engineer has no discretion and authority whatsoever is doing so, it can be
then considered as a mere Employer.
Finally, this research has concluded that the Variation Order can be
legally established on the legal doctrine of delegation of authority to
amend the contract to a third party, i.e the Engineer. This research has also
called for re-regulating the role of the Engineer in the chapter of Works
Contract in Jordan Civil Code.
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BRIAND Philippe
Date de naissance :
16 décembre 1961
Adresse personnelle :
84, Boulevard des Américains
44300, NANTES
N° de téléphone :
Domicile : 02 40 16 07 00
Portable : 06 62 61 06 88
Adresse électronique :
[email protected]
Professeur des Universités
Unité de recherche d’appartenance : INSTITUT DE
RECHERCHE EN DROIT PRIVE (IRDP) – EA 1166 –
Directeur : Pr. Jean-Pierre CLAVIER, Faculté de droit
de Nantes
1) TITRES ET DIPLOMES
Docteur en droit. Thèse soutenue en décembre 1999 sur le thème : « Eléments d’une
théorie de la cotitularité des obligations »
Agrégé des Universités. Concours 2000-2001 présidé par le Pr Jacques FOYER (33
places, rang de sortie : 5ème)
2) THEMES DE RECHERCHE DÉVELOPPÉS
Droit des obligations
Droit des contrats
Droit des baux
Droit de la distribution
Droit bancaire
3) LISTE DES PRINCIPALES PUBLICATIONS
La cession de bail par le locataire ne rend pas exigible à son encontre la
réparation des dégradations causées à l’immeuble loué, obs. sous Cass. 3ème civ.
13 juin 2001, AJDI 2002, 28
Conditions d’ouverture de l’exception d’inexécution lorsque la rétention porte
sur les charges, obs. sous Cass. 3ème civ. 12 juin 2001, AJDI 2002, 122
Propriété indécente (A propos du décret du 30 janvier 2002 relatif aux
caractéristiques du logement décent), AJDI 2002, 357
Prescription de l’action en paiement de charges locatives et en répétition de
l’indu, obs. sous Cass. ch. Mixte, 12 avril 2002, AJDI 2002, 517
Prescription de l’action en paiement d’une créance de loyer exprimée en capital,
obs. sous Cass. ch. Mixte, 12 avril 2002, AJDI 2002, 519
Portée de la clause du bail selon laquelle le locataire prend les lieux dans l’état
où ils se trouvent, obs. sous Cass. 3ème civ. 5 juin 2002, AJDI 2002, 759
Effets de la cession de bail résultant de la vente de l’immeuble loué, obs. sous
Cass. 3ème civ., 2 octobre 2002, AJDI 2003, 25
Le locataire donnant congé avant l’échéance d’un bail à durée déterminée
commet-il une faute ? obs. sous Cass. 3ème civ. 17 décembre 2002, AJDI 2003,
106
Abstracts and CVs
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La mise aux normes et le bail d’habitation, Defrénois 2004, art. 37963, p. 831
Pacte d’actionnaire et garantie de trésorerie, note sous Cass. com., 20 février
2007, Bull. Joly Sociétés, 2007, n° 195, p. 719
La sanction de l’inexécution du contrat conjonctif, note sous CA Paris, 2 octobre
2008, Bull. Joly Sociétés 2009, p. 343
4) PRINCIPALES RESPONSABILITÉS SCIENTIFIQUES ET ADMINISTRATIVES :
Jusqu’en Septembre 2004 :
Directeur de l’institut d’études judiciaires (IEJ) de la faculté de droit de Nantes
Jusqu’en 2008 :
Vice-président de la commission de spécialistes de la faculté de droit de Nantes
Membre de la commission de spécialistes de deux autres facultés de droit
(Université Rennes-I, Université de Bretagne-Sud)
Actuellement :
Membre du conseil exécutif de l’Institut de recherche en droit privé (IRDP)
Membre du conseil scientifique du centre de recherche en droit immobilier
(CRDI) du CNAM-Nantes
Membre de l’ARPEJ (Atelier régional pour l’étude de la jurisprudence bancaire
et de procédures collectives) rattaché à l’IRDP
Directeur des Master 1 « droit privé » et Master 2 « droit privé général » de la
faculté de droit de Nantes
- 9 directions de thèse en cours :
1. « L’obligation de restitution dans les contrats de mise à disposition
temporaire » par Dorothée POTIER
2. « L’équivalence en droit des sociétés » par Emilie GICQUIAUD
3. « La répétition dans les contrats » par Jean-Lou PRAUD
4. « La protection du contractant contre les pratiques commerciales agressives »
par Virginie MERZ
5. « Le régime du savoir-faire et le transfert de technologie aux pays en voie de
développement » par Mohamed MORSI ABDOU MOHAMED (cotutelle
Université de Helwan – Egypte)
6. « La justice contractuelle dans le contexte socio-économique de déséquilibre
des parties (essai sur la justice contractuelle) par Joëlle MANEKENG
(cotutelle avec l’Université Laval au Québec)
7. « La théorie générale du contrat à l’épreuve du droit OHADA » par
Dieudonné SOWENG (cotutelle avec l’Université de Ngaoundéré au
Cameroun)
8. « L’indemnité de rupture dans les contrats de droit privé » par Martial
VONWILL
9. « Les effets juridiques de plein droit » par Morgane TIREL
6) INFORMATION SCIENTIFIQUE
Octobre 2002 : Colloque organisé par l’institut de sciences criminelles et de droit
médical de la faculté de droit de Nancy : « Activités médicales et secret
professionnel »
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Allocution sur le thème : « Le secret partagé »
Mars 2003 : Formation continue des géomètres-experts : Intervention à Paris sur
le thème : « L’apport de la loi SRU au régime des baux d’habitation »
Septembre 2003 : Intervention au séminaire de l’ICH – Nantes sur le thème :
« La mise aux normes et le bail d’habitation »
Mai 2003 : Formation continue des avocats des barreaux de l’ouest : Intervention
à Vannes sur le thème : « La cession de bail commercial »
Mai 2004 : Journée d’études Dalloz : Formation auprès de la Confédération
Nationale des Administrateurs de Biens (CNAB) : Intervention à Mulhouse sur
le thème : « Les baux d’habitation »
Mai 2004 : Séminaire organisé par l’IRDP sur le thème : « Contrats
d’intégration : nouveaux enjeux, nouvelles pratiques »
Allocution sur le thème : « La nullité du contrat d’intégration »
Juin 2005 : Sur l’invitation de l’ICH de la Guadeloupe : formation de 24 heures
en « Régime des baux » à Pointe-à-Pitre
Septembre 2006 : Formation continue des avocats des barreaux de l’ouest :
Intervention à Rennes sur le thème : « Actualité du droit des baux d’habitation »
Octobre 2006 : Intervention au séminaire de l’ICH – Nantes sur le thème : « Les
travaux sur l’immeuble occupé »
Janvier 2007 : Intervention au 1er salon des professionnels de la gestion
immobilière sur le thème : « comment vivre la copropriété au quotidien »
Septembre 2007 : Séminaire de droit des obligations approfondi auprès des
étudiants de DEA de droit privé de l’Université de Ngaoundéré (Cameroun)
Novembre 2007 : Conférence au sein du D.U. « Entreprises en difficulté » de
l’Université Paris-I sur le thème : « Baux et entreprise en difficulté »
Octobre 2008 : Séminaire de droit des obligations approfondi à l’Université de
Ngaoundéré (Cameroun)
Conférence publique à l’université de Ngaoundéré sur le thème : « L’émergence du
droit de la consommation au Cameroun »
Novembre 2008 : Conférence donnée dans le cadre du 2ème salon des
professionnels de la gestion immobilière sur le thème : « Le bail dans la
copropriété »
Mars 2009 : Conférence au sein du Master 2 « Entreprises en difficultés » de
l’Université Paris-I sur le thème : « La cession de contrat »
Juin 2009 : Congrès mondial : « L’accès à la terre et ses usages » - Présidence de
l’atelier n° 4 : « L’appropriation du sol »
Janvier 2010 : Participation à la journée d’étude « le droit spécial de
l’alimentation à la lumière du droit privé »
Mars 2010 : Colloque de Nantes « le mandat : un contrat en crise ? » :
Conférence sur le thème « Le mandat dans le droit de la distribution »
7) ACTIVITÉS D'ENSEIGNEMENT :
Discipline : Droit privé (cours magistraux)
1. Faculté de droit de Nantes
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Droit des obligations (36 h), L2
Contrats civils et commerciaux (18h), M1
Régime des obligations (36 h), M1
Conférences droit des obligations, IEJ (préparation au concours de la
magistrature et à l’examen d’entrée aux écoles des avocats)
- Technique contractuelle (20 h), M2
- Droit des obligations approfondi (20h), M2
- Conférences droit immobilier (7 h), M2
- Conférences de méthodologie (10 h), M2
Institut de la construction et de l’habitation (ICH-Nantes)
- Régime des baux civils (30 h)
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Protection of sub – contractors in construction contracts
Dr. Philippe Briande
Private Law Department
College of Law – Nantes University
The Government of France has legislated a Law on 31.2.1975, to protect
the interest of Sub- contractors. According to this Law, Where the
principal promoter failed to execute his obligations, the Sub- contractor
can go to original owner directly with a request to allow him to execute his
rights. But the protection given to the Sub contractor under this law is not
absolute. And hence, certain amendments are required to be made, so as to
provide the sub – contractor absolute rights to proceed with the contrast.
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Stéphane Oddos, Esq.
Attorney
Tél. : +33 4 78 95 47 99
Fax : +33 4 78 60 58 30
[email protected]
CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre Lyon
174 rue de Créqui
69003 Lyon
France
Member of the CMS International Network, Bureau
Francis Lefebvre is one of the oldest French law firms.
It is now widely recognized as the benchmark for all to follow when it comes to
French Tax Law.
The city of Lyon lies at the heart of one of France's two major industrial basins,
and at the crossroads of some of the most sought-after locations and resorts in
France: the French Riviera, the French Alps and Lake Geneva.
Taking advantage of this strategic location, the lawyers at CMS Bureau Francis
Lefebvre Lyon have developed significant expertise in the fields of Project
Finance and Foreign Direct Investment.
Educated in France and England, Stéphane Oddos has advised major GCC firms,
acting as a hub between the firm's Tax, Real Estate/Construction, and Public Law
teams.
Stéphane's main focus is corporate law, most notably in the fields of Mergers &
Acquisitions and Private Equity.
Stéphane is also a member of the CMS Standing Workshop on Islamic Finance.
He joined in January 2010 the French Institute for Islamic Finance created in
December 2009 by the Franco-Arab Chamber of Commerce.
EDUCATION
MD Islamic Finance
2009, University of Strasbourg, France.
LLM International Economic Law
Sept 00-Sept 01, University of Warwick, UK.
LLM in Business & Tax Law
Sept 98-Juin 99, University of Strasbourg, France.
RECENT PUBLICATIONS
"A Civil law perspective. Protecting the Weak: Construction and Building
Contracts under French law"
United Arab Emirates University. 2010, to be published.
Abstracts and CVs
"The Financial Crisis, analysis, countermeasures: How does Islamic Finance fit in
the big picture?"
Strasbourg University, March 2010, to be published.
"Tawarruq: a necessary evil?"
Written with Mr Hakim Latrache, French language, Strasbourg University.
Cahiers de la Finance Islamique, n°2, November 2009.
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CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING
CONTRACTS UNDER FRENCH LAW
Rafia Boughanmi, Esq.
Jean Guillaume Monin, Esq.
Stéphane Oddos, Esq.
CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre Lyon
Under the French Civil Law there is a privaty of contract between the
owner promoter and the ultimate user of a building. But the owner and the
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The Protection of the Architectural Designers' rights
According to Copyrights Law
Comparative Study
Dr. Tareq Kathem Ageel
College of Law – Thi Kaar University – Iraq
The subject matter of the research is the idea of the architectural works,
the research will define the concept of the architectural works and the legal
protection of its architect as an author to what he created : the architectural
designs , drawings, decorations and the geometrical forms as well as the
protection of the building itself as object worth to be protected.
At the beginning of the legal development , the copyrights laws protects
the architectural arts and designs which include engraving and decoration
appear on the buildings or inside it, and if these works be done by one
person to another , the legal protection is not be conferred on the owner of
the buildings but to the person who created them , whereas the
architectural designs – the maps and the drawing related to the
architectural art- are protected as a written copyrights forbidden legally to
be published by the others but it is permissible legal to be executed by the
others in form of buildings without any prejudice to the authors of the
drawings and maps by forming the designs to a construction as a separate
artistic work worth to be protected as derivative artistic works. Related to
the issue , if the designers make a mini sample for his architectural designs
, the others are not permitted to executed them , since the executing of the
designs does not totally mean its transformation from one art to another.
This tradition standpoint has been coded in the UAE Copyrights and the
Neighboring rights Law No.7 dated 2002.
Its is worth to mention the legal protection conferred on the rights of
architectural works designer are not sufficient since it permits to the others
to imitate the building –which contains the architectural designs – and not
deem this person as trespassers on the rights of designer on pretext that he
has not violated the designs and the drawings. It also permits to the others
to transform the architectural designs to buildings as derivative artistic
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works which will totally make the rights of the architectural designs
creator unprotected.
The aim of this research is to confer safe legal protection more effective
on the rights of architectural designers by borrowing the rules coded in
(AWCPA) the American law for protection the rights of the authors of the
architectural designs no 650-101 dated 1990 , and inserting them in the
UAE copyright law.
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Disputes relating to the rights of intellectual
property of Architects in relation the issues herein
Dr. Saleh El BARBARY
College of Law – Alexandrie University
The research discusses the rights of intellectual property of architects and the
disputes arise either before or after the fulfillment of the project.
Trying to compromise between respecting the regulations of the conference,
with regard to the possible space not exceeding thirty pages in relation to time
allowance, on one hand, and respecting the substantive aspect of the research
thoroughly, I have seen that the presentation shall be precise concentrating on the
variety of the references to which the researcher can return. This aspect has been
verified as the research includes 55 foreign references, whether legal periodicals,
specialized references, decisions of the French and Swiss Courts of Cassation,
favorite jurists' opinions, translated by me as a professional translator from French
to Arabic.
The research consists of one part including three chapters.
The first chapter deals with the conditions of the engineering work to be
legally protected as for intellectual property, regarding creativity, invention and
one's viewpoint. Increasingly, the chapter discusses the rights of the Architect
when his work enjoys the legal protection relating to his name, personality and
work, including his models, drawings and designs, whether before the beginning
or after the execution of the project.
The second chapter deals with the disputes that arise regarding the rights of
the Architect and cases of conflicts between these rights and the rights of the
entrepreneur in addition to the ways of coping with the rights herein facing
authority, the public system and the other laws conflicting with the laws of
intellectual property.
In the third chapter we, conclusively, discuss the moral side of intellectual
property, especially in case of work completion by another engineer and the right
of the engineer to maintain his name on the project; and the ways of dealing with
any modifications on the work without his agreement. Besides, we accentuate the
ways of waiving the right of possession, its entailments and its conditions. All of
this is verbalized through a comprehensive practical framework built on the
decisions of the French Courts of Cassation and the United Swiss Court in
addition to the legal articles extracted from different laws on protecting the
authors' rights, and, also, the jurists' opinions
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“Protection of architect”
Professor Faraj Al Qaseer
College of Law and economical and political science
Susa University - Tunisia
The architect use of property right for his work. But the existence of this
right is submissive at one essential condition, that in the originality of
work.
This originality consists in the personal character of architectural work.
When it is original, the author of this work own two categories of rights:
those are the moral rights (I) and the economic rights of architect (II).
I – The moral rights of architect
The architects have the right to respect for their names (A) and the right
to respect for the integrity of their works (B).
A) The right of architect to respect for his author’s name
The architect can require that any plan or building mention his author’s
name from the moment that it is original and is his work.
B) The right of architect to respect for his work
The architectural work must be communicated to the public without
modified, distorted or transformed.
But, the right of architect to respect for his work is not absolute and it is
limited by the material property right and public policy rules.
Indeed, it is allowed at the owner to modify his building. Without the
consent of architect when this modification is justified by economic and
technical imperatives.
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What’s more, the right of architect to respect for his work yields to
public policy rules from different fields of low, like, for example, the urban
plans low.
II – The economic rights of architect
The architect enjoy many exclusive economic rights in his work (A), but
this rights are not absolute and are limited (B).
A) The various economic rights of architect
The architect enjoy in his work two essential economic rights: the rights
of reproduction and representation.
The reproduction consists of the manufacture of plans, copies or
construction another building.
As for the representation, it consists of the communication of work to
public by expositions or another way.
Those two rights can be passed to others by written contract.
B) The limits attached to the economic rights of architect
Several limits are attached to the production and representation right of
architect.
The first is the limitation of those rights to fifty years after the death of
the author.
What’s more, it is possible to reproduce and to represent the architecture
work without written permission by the architect, for serve the culture, the
information and teaching.
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JEAN-PIERRE CLAVIER
PROFESSEUR DE DROIT PRIVÉ À L’UNIVERSITÉ DE
NANTES
DIRECTEUR DE L’INSTITUT DE RECHERCHE EN DROIT PRIVÉ
Docteur en droit de l’Université de Nantes, Janvier 1994
Habilité à diriger des recherches
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Nantes cedex 3
tél. 06 32 52 19 03 – courriel : [email protected]
Activités d’enseignement
Chargé des enseignements de :
¬ Droit de la propriété industrielle
¬ Droit des nouvelles technologies
¬ Droit du commerce électronique
Activités de recherche et éditoriales
Ouvrages publiés
¬ Dictionnaire de droit de la propriété intellectuelle, Ellipses, coll.
Dictionnaires de droit, (avec Mlle Carine Bernault), septembre 2008,
¬ Droit commercial. Flammarion, coll. Champs Université, (avec le Professeur
F.-X. Lucas), septembre 2003.
¬ Les catégories de la propriété intellectuelle à l’épreuve des créations
génétiques. L’Harmattan, coll. Logiques juridiques, 1998, préf. J.-M.
Mousseron.
Articles récents
¬ L'accès au médicament breveté, Cahiers Droit, Sciences et Technologies,
CNRS éditions, 2009 (à paraître dans le n° 3).
¬ Les relations Nord/Sud au sein de l’OMC – L’exemple des brevets de
médicaments, Conférence publique à l’Université de Ngaoundéré, 8 octobre
2008, publication à venir dans les Cahiers juridiques de l’Université de
Ngaoundéré.
¬ Présentation de la procédure de saisie-contrefaçon depuis la loi du 29
octobre 2007 de lutte contre la contrefaçon, Actes du colloque « Les saisies
spéciales », 28 mars 2008, sous la dir. Y. Desdevises), Droit et Procédures,
2009.
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¬ Les principes relatifs à la titularité des droits sur une invention. Actes du
colloque « Contrat de travail et propriété intellectuelle », Nantes, 29 juin
2007, Revue Lamy Droit de l’Immatériel, mars 2008.
¬ Propos introductifs, Actes du colloque « La loi relative au droit d’auteur et
aux droits voisins dans la société de l’information ; des occasions
manquées », Revue Lamy Droit de l’Immatériel, mars 2007.
¬ Le droit des brevets, vers de nouvelles frontières, Actes du colloque La
propriété intellectuelle en question(s), Nantes, 2005, Litec, coll. IRPI, 2006,
p. 133.
¬ Marques et droits des tiers (Vers un droit des « marques-médias »), Propriété
industrielle, juillet - août 2004, p. 14.
¬ La protection des inventions ayant pour objet un organisme vivant au regard
de l’ordre concurrentiel. in Mélanges A. Pirovano « Ordre concurrentiel ».
Editions Frison-Roche, 2003, p. 451.
¬ Le procès du système de brevet. Actes du colloque Copyright/copywrong.
Éditions Mémo, Nantes 2003, p. 77.
Colloques et séminaires
¬ Les mesures judiciaires de lutte contre la contrefaçon dans les droits
communautaire et français, The New Aspects in the Legal Regulation of
Intellectual Property Rights, Université de Sharjah, E.A.U., 17-19 novembre
2009.
¬ La Loi du 29 octobre 2009 de lutte contre la contrefaçon, Formation des
avocats, EDAGO, Nantes, 10 juin 2009.
¬ Conflits d’usage et protection des indications géographiques, Congrès
mondial « L’accès à la terre et ses usages : variations internationales »,
Nantes, 8 et 9 juin 2009.
¬ E-publicité. Quelques réflexions en attendant la position de la CJCE,
« Electronic transactions (E-commerce & E-government) », The 17th annual
conférence, UAE University, Abu Dhabi, 19-20 mai 2009.
¬ Contrefaçon et l’accord sur les « Aspects des droits de propriété intellectuelle
qui touchent au commerce y compris les marchandises de contrefaçon »
(ADPIC/OMC), octobre 2008, Université de Ngaoundéré et Université de
Yaoundé, Cameroun.
¬ Les cessions et acquisitions de droits d’auteurs sur une ressource numérique,
Université numérique juridique francophone/Sous-direction des technologies
et de la communication pour l’éducation, Ministère de l’Éducation Nationale,
5 et 6 juin 2008.
¬ Les libertés face aux brevets déposés en matière médicale, Colloque organisé
par l’Ordre des avocats du barreau de Saint-Brieuc : « Les libertés face aux
contraintes médicales », Tréguier, 20 mai 2006.
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¬ Le contentieux dans le droit des marques, - La condition de distinctivité.
« Journées d’étude du Jurisclasseur », Novembre 2005.
¬ Séminaire en droit des brevets, Fédération Nationale pour le Droit de
l’Entreprise, Lyon, novembre 2005.
¬ Firewall et liberté d’expression, Programme d’actions intégrées francohongkongais, septembre 2004, Hong-Kong, Chine.
¬ Les aspects juridiques de la valorisation de la recherche des entreprises,
Colloque « La recherche et l’entreprise » coorganisé par l’École doctorale
sciences et technologies de l’information et matériaux et par l’École
doctorale Chimie-biologie, Université de Nantes, 12 et 13 février 2003.
¬ Éthique et brevet. Biotechno 2000, Colloque organisé par la Chambre de
Commerce et d’industrie de Nantes-Saint-Nazaire, Nantes, le 12 juin 2002.
¬ Arbitrage et propriété industrielle. Participation à la table ronde lors de la
Journée d’étude « Arbitrage. Une question d’actualité » coorganisée par la
Chambre de médiation et d’arbitrage de Nantes Atlantique et l’IRDP, le 15
mars 2002.
¬ Les acquis communautaires en propriété industrielle, Exposé auprès
d’experts de la Diète et du Sénat polonais en vue de l’entrée de la Pologne
dans l’Union européenne, 5 novembre 2002, Varsovie, Pologne.
¬ Les principes de la loi russe en matière de propriété intellectuelle à la
lumière du droit communautaire, Cycle de conférences coorganisé par le
Gesac et The Unesco chair of Authors Right and other intellectual property
rights, 3 novembre 2000, Moscou, Féd. Russie.
¬ La propriété industrielle dans l’Organisation mondiale du commerce,
Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie, 9 décembre 1999, École de Droit
de Hanoï, Viêt-Nam.
¬ Les grands principes de la propriété intellectuelle, Conférence dans le cadre
du Cycle de conférences coorganisé par le Gesac et The Unesco chair of
Authors Right and other intellectual property rights, 28 octobre 1999,
Moscou, Féd. Russie.
¬ Vers un droit communautaire des brevets, Chaire Jean Monet, 2 avril 1999,
Université de Bari, Italie.
¬ Agriculture et propriété industrielle, 4 avril 1999, Université de Foggia,
Italie.
¬ Aspects communautaire et international de la protection par brevet des
biotechnologies – La prise en considération des aspects scientifiques,
techniques et économiques. Colloque « Droits et négociations
internationales : la prise en compte des aspects scientifiques et
économiques », INRA, Paris, 21 janvier 1999.
Abstracts and CVs
¬ Plusieurs conférences sur le droit communautaire de la propriété
intellectuelle, Agence Universitaire pour la Francophonie, Sofia (Bulgarie),
11-14 janvier 1999.
¬ Plusieurs séminaires sur le droit communautaire de la propriété intellectuelle
Université de Minsk (Bélarus), Avril 1997.
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modifies or changes the Architectural design, without the consent of the
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change. The Berne convention, which was signed by 164 members,
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Professor of Civil Law Faculty of Law – Cairo University
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construction contracts and operations.
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during the period of the ten-year guarantee against building collapse.
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contract of the responsibility concerning the construction operations and
detective with all the details of this insurance contract which cover completely all
the damages and risks in the field of construct operations, contracts and
guarantee.
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(Measure of damages in construction contract disputes and
construction contracts in the light of models
(FIDIC) and Comparative Law)
Dr. Abdel-Hamid Nagashi Zuheiry
Faculty of Law- Ajman University of Science and Technology
Raise the Construction of many of the issues in the technical aspects
and legal work has been conducted under the provisions of the Egyptian
judiciary and the UAE on measuring the extent of the damage posed by
liabilities in the construction contract disputes and construction experts
geometric scar from the Ministry of Justice, the approval of the technical
nature of the damage in this area, without specific rules for measuring such
damage as the analogy of riding a question of fact that estimated, the trial
judge, and then measurement standards vary from case to case.
The law of England to consider the issue of measuring damages in
construction projects as a matter of law that are specific to the higher
courts, which led to a considerable case law develop sophisticated
solutions to a high degree of accuracy and clarity, and is no doubt that
relying on expert reports on the issue of measurement damage according to
the circumstances surrounding the corollary each case individually and at
the discretion of the expert and his technical and culture to all aspects of
the conflict and erudition in the field of specialization, realizes justice
desired to achieve full compensation of the damage.
At the same time seeking international and regional organizations and
national legislation to implement the Uniform Building Code, which
includes the finest detail on the operations of the building and construction,
and include models of construction contracts and construction of the
International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) substantive rules
as a measure of the extent of damage in construction.
From this point raise this paper that the high scientific technology in the
field of construction and contract models (FIDIC) system and Uniform
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Building Code, and in light of the difficulty of establishing a specific
criterion to distinguish between what is fact and what is the law of the veto
in justice or discrimination, can not develop standards and controls on the
question of measure the size of damages in construction contract disputes
and construction, and then change the view on this issue from becoming a
question of fact not subject to the control of the Court of Cassation or
discrimination to a matter of law to be controlled like Palmtba on English
law, which considers this issue a matter of law, especially with different
experts engineering in the damage assessment, with emphasis on the use of
the work of engineering experience in the courts or through other means of
dispute resolution such as arbitration, mediation or conciliation, but
according to uniform controls on the measurement of the extent of damage
in order to avoid excesses, which carries reports of engineering experience
and appreciation of access to proper legal damage without enrichment or
lack of.
For this paper addresses (defining the concept of search terms, technical
and legal - methods of measuring damage in national law and contract
models (FIDIC) - controls the legislative and judicial trends in the measure
of damages - assessment and damage assessment tools used in construction
disputes - conclusion of the study and recommendations and proposals).
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STEPHEN E. BLYTHE,
Ph.D., J.D., Ph.D.
Mailing Address: New York Institute of Technology,
CERT Technology Park,
Al Muroor Road, P.O. Box 5464, Abu Dhabi, United
Arab Emirates.
Home Tel.: (971) 2 4456301; Office Tel.: (971) 2
4048606; Mobile Tel.: (971) 50 9047302. Fax: (971)
2 4450830. E-Mail: [email protected]
PRESENT POSITION (effective 15 September
2006): Professor of Law & Accounting, New York Institute of Technology
(“NYIT”). NYIT is a leader in global business education with three campuses
located in the New York City metropolitan area (one in Manhattan and two on
Long Island); one in Vancouver, Canada; five in China (Beijing, Jiangxi,
Nanchang, Nanjing and Shanghai); and three in the Middle East (Bahrain, Jordan
and the United Arab Emirates). Courses taught: Business Law, Cyber Law and all
courses in the Accounting curriculum. I was assigned to NYIT’s Bahrain Campus
until I was transferred to Abu Dhabi on 5 January 2007. (See References #1, #6,
#7 and #8 at end.)
EDUCATION:
B.S. in Public Administration, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, U.S.A.,
1970.
M.B.A. in Business Administration, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR,
U.S.A., 1975.
Ph.D. in Business Administration, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR,
U.S.A., 1979.
Areas of Coursework Concentration and Comprehensive Examination Subjects:
Accounting, Economics, Management. Dissertation: “Japanese Management
Systems: A
Comparison With U. S. Management Systems and Their Application to U.S.
Industry.”
J.D. cum laude in Law, Texas Southern University, Houston, TX, U.S.A.,
1986.
LL.M. in International Business Law, University of Houston, Houston, TX,
U.S.A., 1992.
LL.M. with distinction in Information Technology Law, University of
Strathclyde, Glasgow,
Abstracts and CVs
Scotland, U.K., 2005. (See Reference # 5 at end.)
Ph.D. in Information Technology Law, School of Law, The University of Hong
Kong, Hong Kong, China, 2010. The widely-respected London Times
Educational Supplement recently ranked The University of Hong Kong at No. 18
on its list of the “Top 200 Universities in the World.” Full-time student on full
scholarship: 2005-06; Part-time student: 2006-10. Dissertation: “An Alternative
Model of E-Commerce Law,” successfully defended in an oral examination on 11
September 2009. Degree Awarded: 22 March 2010. (See Reference # 2 at end.)
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES:
Attorney at Law—State (U.S.A.):
Admitted to State Bar of Texas in 1986; confirm at <www.texasbar.com>.
Admitted to Oklahoma Bar Association in 1993; confirm at <www.okbar.org>.
Attorney at Law—Federal (U.S.A.):
Admitted to the Bar of the: U.S. Supreme Court (1992); U.S. Court of Appeals,
5th Circuit (1989); U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas (1987);
and U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma (1994).
Certified Public Accountant (U.S.A.):
C.P.A. certificate issued in 1999 by the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy;
confirm at <www.tsbpa.state.tx.us>.
SUMMARY OF COURSES TAUGHT
DURING PRESENT & PRIOR EMPLOYMENT:
Accounting:
M.B.A.: Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Advanced Accounting,
Financial Statement Analysis, Professional Auditing
Undergraduate: Principles of Accounting I & II, Cost Accounting, Managerial
Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Advanced Accounting, International
Accounting, Not-For-Profit Accounting, External Auditing, Internal Auditing
Law:
M.B.A.: Business Law, Labor Union Law, Employment Discrimination Law,
Legal Environment of Business, Cyber Law, U.S. Federal Individual Income Tax
Law, U.S. Federal Corporate Income Tax Law Undergraduate: Business Law,
Cyber Law, Employment Law
Management:
M.B.A.: Strategic Management, Business & Society, Ethics in Management,
Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Organization Theory,
Operations Management, Seminar in Management
Undergraduate: Strategic Management, International Business Management,
Human Resource Management, Labor Relations & Collective Bargaining,
Business & Society, Organization Development, Organization Theory, Business
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Communications, Entrepreneurship, Operations Management, Principles of
Management
Economics:
M.B.A.: Managerial Economics Undergraduate: Principles of Economics I & II
Research and Statistics:
M.B.A.: Graduate Research & Writing, Quantitative Tools for Business Research.
RECENT REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES: All Were Written Solo.
1. “Digital Signature Law of the United Nations, European Union, United
Kingdom and United States: Promotion of Growth in E-Commerce With
Enhanced Security,” 11: 2 RICHMOND JOURNAL OF LAW AND
TECHNOLOGY 6 (2005), a publication of the University of Richmond T.C.
Williams School of Law, Richmond, Virginia USA. Available at:
http://law.richmond.edu/jolt/v11i2/article6.pdf and at Lexis-Nexis.
Reprinted with permission in: (a) the ICFAI JOURNAL OF CYBER LAW
(2005), a publication of the School of Law at the Institute of Chartered
Financial Analysts of India (“ICFAI”), Hyderabad, India; (b) LEGAL
ISSUES OF INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE EMERGING
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT, a book published by the ICFAI’s Law School
in April, 2007; and (c) Commentary 17, WORLD ONLINE BUSINESS
LAW (Andrew F. Simpson & N. Stephan Kinsella, Editors), a treatise
published by Oceana Publications (a division of Oxford University Press,
Inc.) in November, 2006.
2. “The Regulation of Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol in the United States, the
European Union, and the United Kingdom,” 5:2 JOURNAL OF HIGH
TECHNOLOGY LAW 161 (2005), a publication of Suffolk University
School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts USA. Available at
http://www.jhtl.org/publications/V5N2/index.html and at Lexis-Nexis.
Reprinted with permission in Commentary 18, WORLD ONLINE
BUSINESS LAW (Andrew F. Simpson & N. Stephan Kinsella, Editors), a
treatise published by Oceana Publications (a division of Oxford University
Press, Inc.) in November, 2006.
3. “Contractual Liability of Suppliers of Defective Software: A Comparison of
Law of the United Kingdom and the United States,” 26: 1
NORTHWESTERN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND
BUSINESS 77-94 (2005), a publication of Northwestern University School
of Law, Chicago, Illinois USA. Available at Lexis-Nexis.
4. “Electronic Signature Law and Certification Authority Regulations of Hong
Kong: Promoting E-Commerce in the World’s ‘Most Wired’ City,” 7
NORTH CAROLINA JOURNAL OF LAW AND TECHNOLOGY 1
Abstracts and CVs
(2005), a publication of the University of North Carolina School of Law,
Chapel
Hill,
North
Carolina
USA.
Available
at:
http://www.ncjolt.org/content/view/87/75/ and at Lexis-Nexis.
5. “The U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act and the E.U. Copyright
Directive: Comparative Impact on Fair Use Rights,” 8 TULANE JOURNAL
OF TECHNOLOGY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 111-131 (2006),
a publication of Tulane University School of Law, New Orleans, Louisiana
USA. Available at Lexis-Nexis.
6. “Tehran Begins to Digitize: Iran’s E-Commerce Law as a Hopeful Bridge to
the World,”
18:1 SRI LANKA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (2006), a
publication of the University of Colombo Faculty of Law, Colombo, Sri
Lanka; http://www.cmb.ac.lk/jilnew/node/27.
7. “The Tiger on the Peninsula is Digitized: Korean E-Commerce Law as a
Driving Force in the World’s Most Computer-Savvy Nation,” 28: 3
HOUSTON JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 573-661 (2006), a
publication of the University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas
USA Available at: http://goliath.ecnext.com/coms2/gi_0199-5799352/Thetiger-on-the-Peninsula.html;
and
at
https://www.entrepreneur.com/tradejournals/article/147302385_1.html.
8. “Pakistan Goes Digital: the Electronic Transactions Ordinance as a Facilitator
of Growth for E-commerce,” 2:2 JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC STATE
PRACTICES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW 5 (2006), a publication of
ElectronicPublications.org Ltd., Stockport, U.K. Editors: Prof. Javaid
Rehman, School of Law, Brunel University, West London, U.K.; and Dr.
Amir Ali Majid, School of Law, London Metropolitan University, London,
U.K. Available at: http://electronicpublications.org/catalogue.php?id=46.
9. “South Pacific Computer Law: Promoting E-Commerce in Vanuatu and
Fighting Cyber-Crime in Tonga,” 10: 1 JOURNAL OF SOUTH PACIFIC
LAW (2006), a publication of the School of Law, University of the South
Pacific, Emalus Campus, Port Vila, Republic of Vanuatu. Available at:
http://www.paclii.org/journals/fJSPL/vol10/.
10. “Cyber-Law of Japan: Promoting E-Commerce Security, Increasing Personal
Information Confidentiality and Controlling Computer Access,” 10
JOURNAL OF INTERNET LAW 20 (2006). Available at:
http://www.accessmylibrary.com/coms2/summary_0286-17306641_ITM.
This is a publication of Aspen Publishers, Inc., New York, NY USA. Aspen
is a member of the Wolters Kluwer Group <http://www.wolterskluwer.com>,
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a multinational information services firm headquartered in Amsterdam which
specializes in professional publications.
“Computer Law of Tunisia: Promoting Secure E-Commerce Transactions
With Electronic Signatures,” 20 ARAB LAW QUARTERLY 317-344
(2006), a publication of Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands.
Available at: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/brill/alq.
“The Barbados Electronic Transactions Act: A Comparison with the United
States Model Statute,” 16:1 CARIBBEAN LAW REVIEW 1-35 (2006), a
publication of the Faculty of Law, The University of the West Indies, Cave
Hill Campus, University Drive, Cave Hill, St. Michael, Barbados, West
Indies;
http://www.law.fsu.edu/library/databases/tableofcontents/06222007.pdf.
“Hungary’s Electronic Signature Act: Enhancing Economic Development
With Secure E-Commerce Transactions,” 16:1 INFORMATION AND
COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY LAW 47-71 (2007), a publication
of Routledge Publishing Co., a member of the Taylor & Francis Group.
Executive Editor: Prof. Indira Carr, Centre for Legal Research, Middlesex
University,
London,
U.K.
Available
at:
http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/journal.asp?issn=1360-0834&linktype=5 ;
and
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a773342273~db=all~j
umptype=rss.
“China’s New Electronic Signature Law and Certification Authority
Regulations: A Catalyst for Dramatic Future Growth of E-Commerce,” 7
CHICAGO-KENT JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 1 (2007),
a publication of Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of
Technology,
Chicago,
Illinois
USA.
Available
at
http://jip.kentlaw.edu/art/volume%207/7%20ChiKent%20J%20Intell%20Prop%201.pdf and at Lexis-Nexis.
“A Critique of India’s Information Technology Act and Recommendations
for Improvement,” 34 SYRACUSE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL
LAW AND COMMERCE 1 (2006), a publication of the College of Law,
Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York USA. Available at Lexis-Nexis.
“Singapore Computer Law: An International Trend-Setter with a Moderate
Degree of Technological Neutrality,” 33: 2 OHIO NORTHERN
UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 525-562 (2007), a publication of the Claude
W. Pettit College of Law, Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio USA.
Available at: http://www.iaabd.org/2009_iaabd_proceedings/track16b.pdf
and at Lexis-Nexis.
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17. "Lithuania's Electronic Signature Law: Providing More Security in ECommerce Transactions," 8 BARRY LAW REVIEW 23 (2007), a
publication of Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law, Barry University,
Orlando, Florida USA. Available at Lexis-Nexis.
18. “The Dubai Electronic Transactions Statute: A Prototype for E-Commerce
Law in the United Arab Emirates and the G.C.C. Countries,” 22 JOURNAL
OF ECONOMICS AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES 103 (2007), a
publication of the College of Business and Economics, United Arab Emirates
University, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates. Available at:
http://jeas.cbe.uaeu.ac.ae/jeas2007_Jun/04_Stephen.pdf.
19. “Azerbaijan’s E-Commerce Statutes: Contributing to Economic Growth and
Globalization in the Caucasus Region,” 1:1 COLUMBIA JOURNAL OF
EAST EUROPEAN LAW 44-75 (2007), a publication of Columbia
University School of Law, New York, New York USA.
20. “Slovenia’s Electronic Commerce and Electronic Signature Act: Enhancing
Economic Growth With Secure Cyber-Transactions,” 6: 4 THE I.C.F.A.I.
JOURNAL OF CYBER LAW 8-33 (2007), a publication of ICFAI
University Press, Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India,
Hyderabad, India. Available at http://www.iupindia.org/ijcl.asp; and
http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1053621.
21. “Bulgaria’s Electronic Document and Electronic Signature Law: Enhancing
E-Commerce With Secure Cyber-Transactions,” 17:2 TRANSNATIONAL
LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 361 (2008), a publication of
the University of Iowa College of Law, Iowa City, Iowa USA;
http://www.uiowa.edu/~tlcp/html/volume_17__number_2.html.
22. “On Top of the World, and Wired: A Critique of Nepal’s E-Commerce Law,”
8:1 JOURNAL OF HIGH TECHNOLOGY LAW (2008), a publication of
Suffolk University School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts USA. Available
at:
http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m5GES/is_1_8/ai_n25431661/pg_1?tag
=artBody;col1 ; and
http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/jhtl/publications/index.cfm?vo
l=8&num=1.
23. “E-Signature Law and E-Commerce Law of the European Union and its
Member States,” THE UKRAINIAN JOURNAL OF BUSINESS LAW, pp.
22-26, May, 2008. This journal is published monthly in Kiev, Ukraine.
Abstract available at: http://www.ujbl.info/.
24. “Armenia’s Electronic Document and Electronic Signature Law: Promotion of
Growth in E-Commerce via Greater Cyber-Security,” ARMENIAN LAW
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REVIEW, May, 2008, a publication of the Department of Law, American
University of Armenia, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia;
http://www.aua.am/aua/masters/law/pdf/esignaturelaw.pdf.
25. “Croatia’s Computer Laws: Promotion of Growth in E-Commerce Via Greater
Cyber-Security,”
26: 1 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF LAW AND
ECONOMICS 75-103 (August, 2008), a publication of Springer Netherlands
Ltd., Amsterdam ; abstract (gratis) and article (by subscription) at
http://www.springerlink.com/content/p64m283715154146/.
26. “Finland’s Electronic Signature Act and E-Government Act: Facilitating
Security in E-Commerce and Online Public Services,” 31:2 HAMLINE
LAW REVIEW 445-469 (2008), a publication of Hamline University School
of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota USA. Available at Lexis-Nexis.
27. “E-Commerce and E-Signature Law of the United States of America,” THE
UKRAINIAN JOURNAL OF BUSINESS LAW, November, 2008. This
journal is published monthly in Kiev, Ukraine. Abstract:
http://www.ujbl.info/. Full article: ftp://mail.yurpractika.com.
28. Stephen E. Blythe, “Rangoon Enters the Digital Age: Burma’s Electronic
Transactions Law As a Sign of Hope For a Troubled Nation,” 3:1
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS RESEARCH __ (2010), a publication of the
Canadian Center of Science and Education, Toronto, Canada.
To become available at: http://ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ibr/.
RECENT CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS: All Were Written Solo.
1. “Taiwan’s Electronic Signature Act: Facilitating the E-Commerce Boom With
Enhanced Security,” a paper presented and published in the PROCEEDINGS
OF THE SIXTH ANNUAL HAWAII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
ON BUSINESS, Honolulu, Hawaii U.S.A., May 25-28, 2006. The entire
Proceedings
is
available
at:
http://www.hicbusiness.org/Proceedings_Bus.htm.
2. “The New Electronic Commerce Law of the United Arab Emirates: A
Progressive Paradigm for Other Middle Eastern Nations,” a paper presented
and published in the PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GLOBAL BUSINESS, Dubai,
United
Arab
Emirates,
May
10-13,
2009;
http://gsmiibc.com/ICGB2009_cfp.aspx.
3. “The Proposed Computer Laws of Uganda: Moving Toward Secure ECommerce Transactions and Cyber-Crime Control,” a paper presented and
published in the PROCEEDINGS OF THE TENTH ANNUAL
CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF AFRICAN
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BUSINESS AND DEVELOPMENT, Kampala, Uganda, May 19-23, 2009;
http://www.iaabd.org/2009_iaabd_proceedings/track16b.pdf.
4. “Internet Law As A Potential Catalyst For Growth Of Caribbean E-Commerce:
Jamaica’s Statute As A Model,” a paper presented and published in the
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTEENTH ANNUAL ACADEMY OF
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GLOBAL TRENDS CONFERENCE,
Cancun, Mexico, December 19-22, 2009.
FORMAL ORAL PRESENTATION: A Solo Presentation.
“China’s E-Commerce Boom and E-Commerce Law,” a LAW TECH
TALK presented at the Law and Technology Centre, School of Law, The
University of Hong Kong, 14 September 2006.
Power
Points
are
available
at:
http://www.chinaitlaw.org.hk/download/14Sep2006_NewESignatureLawA
ndCa /.
Photos are available at:
http://www.chinaitlaw.org.hk/en/talk/photos_NewESignatureLawAndCaRe
gulations_14SEP06.html /.
DISTINGUISHED RESEARCH AWARDS:
1. Recipient of the NYIT Faculty Award for Achievement in Research, on the
Occasion of the First Annual Commencement of the Abu Dhabi Campus, New
York Institute of Technology, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, June 11,
2007; presented by NYIT President Edward Guiliano.
2. Recipient of the 1995-96 College of Business Administration Distinguished
Research Award, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma;
presented by Dean Joseph T. Johnson of the College of Business
Administration at the Annual Honors and Awards Program on April 25, 1996.
EDITOR OF A PROFESSIONAL JOURNAL:
Associate Editor, ELECTRONIC COMMERCE RESEARCH, a refereed journal,
from 2006 to present. Publisher: Springer Science—Business Publishers, Inc.;
List of Associate Editors:
http://www.springer.com/business/business+information+systems/journal/10660?
detailsPage=editorialBoard. Submissions should be posted or E-mailed to the
Editor-in-Chief: Professor Bezalel Gavish, Eugene J. and Ruth F. Constantin
Distinguished Chair in Business, Edwin L. Cox School of Business, Southern
Methodist University, P.O. Box 750333, Dallas, Texas 75275-0333; E-Mail:
[email protected]
PRIOR ACADEMIC POSITIONS (in reverse chronological order):
U. S. A.:
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Warner University, School of Business, Lake Wales, Florida; Full Professor,
August 2003 to May 2005. (See Reference # 9 at end.)
Middle East:
American University of Sharjah, School of Business & Management, Sharjah,
United Arab Emirates; Associate Professor, January 1999 to June 2003.
Africa:
Al Akhawayn University, School of Business, Ifrane, Kingdom of Morocco;
Visiting Associate Professor, fall semester 1998.
U. S. A.:
University of Central Oklahoma, College of Business Administration, Edmond,
OK (a suburb of Oklahoma City); Associate Professor (Tenured), August, 1992 to
May, 1998.
Houston Baptist University, College of Business & Economics, Houston, Texas;
Director of the M.S. Program and Associate Professor, 1987-89.
Sam Houston State University, College of Business Administration, Huntsville,
Texas; Assistant Professor, 1984-87.
Texas Southern University, Jesse H. Jones School of Management, Houston,
Texas; Associate Professor, 1983-84.
University of St. Thomas, Cameron School of Business, Houston, Texas;
Associate Professor, 1982-83.
University of North Dakota, College of Business & Public Administration,
Grand Forks, N.D.; Assistant Professor, 1979-82.
Indiana State University, School of Business, Terre Haute, IN; Visiting
Assistant Professor, 1978-79.
University of Arkansas, College of Business Administration; Graduate Teaching
Associate in Accounting, 1975-78.
ADMINISTRATIVE
EXPERIENCE:
1. Departmental Assessment Director, School of Management, NYIT-Abu
Dhabi, Sept. 2009 to present. Responsible for assessment of achievement of
learning goals of each course in the core curriculum and for ensuring that core
curriculum syllabi have been adhered to by the faculty.
2. Director of Indirect Assessment, School of Management, NYIT-Abu Dhabi,
Sept. 2009 to present.
Responsible for assessment of faculty advising during registration and for the
orientation of new students.
3. Director of Institutional Research, NYIT-Abu Dhabi, Sept. 2008 to June
2009. Prepared, Administered and Compiled Results of Surveys of Faculty,
Students and Alumni, and Made Recommendations for Improvement of
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Organizational Effectiveness, as mandated by the U.A.E. Ministry of Higher
Education’s Accreditation Requirements.
4. Director of the M.S. Program in Human Resource Management at
Houston Baptist University, Houston, Texas, 1987-89. Managed this 200student program offered at the Houston Campus and at U.S. Air Force bases
near Austin and Lubbock, Texas. Responsible for: curriculum development,
faculty recruitment and evaluation, student recruitment and processing of
applications for admission to the program, and handling of student complaints
and grade appeals.
5. Manager of my solo Law and Accounting Practice, Houston, Texas, 19871992 (1987 to 1989, part-time; 1989 to 1992, full-time); see below.
LAW AND ACCOUNTING PRACTICE:
1. Law Clerk, Waterman, Dean, Groth & Moore, Attorneys At Law, Houston,
Texas, 1986 to 1987; did legal research for trial attorneys at this labor union
law firm.
2. Law and Accounting Practice at Stephen E. Blythe, Attorney at Law (sole
proprietorship), Houston, Texas: 1987 to 1992.
a. Employment Attorney: Employment Law practice, with emphasis on
Employment Discrimination Litigation (based on race, gender, sexual
harassment, national origin, disability, and religion) Represented
plaintiffs in dozens of civil actions against employers in all courts
(federal, state district, county, and justice) and all stages (pre-litigation,
discovery, trial, and appeal). Participated in all of the actions inherent to
the practice of law relating to litigation: meeting with clients,
preparation of written motions in each case, making court appearances
to prosecute and contest motions, engaging in written discovery (e.g.,
via written interrogatories, requests for admission and requests for
production), conducting depositions of witnesses in each case,
participating in mediation and other forms of alternative dispute
resolution, participating in trials as both lead-counsel and second-chair
counsel, writing and orally presenting appeals at the appellate courts,
advertising my services, and managing my office secretary.
b. Accounting Practice: General practice, with emphases on Taxation,
Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable. The majority of this work
occurred during tax season when I would do individual and corporate
tax returns. I also maintained accounting records for business firms and
prepared them for their annual audits.
3. Insurance-defense Attorney at Cheek, Cheek & Cheek, Attorneys at Law,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from September 1994 to May 1998. Defended
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just about every type of insurance lawsuit imaginable, including automobile
accidents, fire, maritime, products liability, medical malpractice,
homeowners and personal injury; perhaps the most memorable cases were:
(1) defending actor Jim Belushi in a civil lawsuit in which he had been
accused of inciting a battery at an Oklahoma City bar; (2) defending the rock
band Pantera in a negligence suit after a fan was injured during one of their
concerts in Oklahoma City; and (3) defending a fraternity at Oklahoma State
University in a suit brought by a freshman pledge alleging hazing, battery
and intentional infliction of emotional distress. (See Reference # 4 at end.)
PARTICIPATION IN MANAGEMENT SEMINAR IN CHINA:
In the summer of 1993, the City of Oklahoma City invited me to go to Haikou,
China as a participant in a two-week management seminar given to mid-level
Chinese executives. My presentations pertained to principles of management,
total quality management, and international business law. This seminar was one
event in a series of exchanges between Oklahoma City and Haikou which
occurred after they established a “Sister City” relationship in 1992. (See
Reference # 3 at end.)
MANAGEMENT CONSULTING IN CHINA:
During 1997 and 1998, I carried out several management consulting projects as
Project Manager for American Fidelity (China), Ltd., Haikou, China. Its parent
corporation is headquartered in Oklahoma City. These projects were undertaken
on behalf of the government of the City of Haikou, China. During the 1990’s,
“privatization” emerged in China—a movement away from state-ownership of
enterprises toward a free market economy and private ownership. Overnight,
business managers who once ran state-owned enterprises had to adapt to a freemarket economy and to a competitive business environment. These managers
needed advice pertaining to: how to deal with problems inherently arising during
conversion from government-ownership to private-ownership (e.g., being
burdened with an overabundance of employees that cannot be discharged);
strategic, long-range planning systems; improvement in organizational
effectiveness and efficiency; accounting and control systems; international
business law; human resource techniques; and marketing. (See Reference # 3 at
end)
ELECTED MEMBERSHIPS IN ACADEMIC HONOR SOCIETIES:
Beta Alpha Psi (accounting), University of Arkansas, 1976.
Sigma Iota Epsilon (management), University of Arkansas, 1977.
Beta Gamma Sigma (business administration), University of Arkansas, 1979.
Phi Delta Phi (law), Texas Southern University, 1985.
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Sigma Beta Delta (business, management, and administration), Warner
University, 2005.
PERSONAL:
Vital Statistics: Male Caucasian, Excellent Health, Age 62 years, Weight 185
pounds, Height 6'1". Nationality: U.S.A. Native State: Arkansas. Legal
Residency: United Arab Emirates. Marital status: Married. Spouse: Siqin Liu, a
citizen of People’s Republic of China and a permanent resident of the U.S.A;
former owner and manager of a successful silk exporting firm based in Haikou,
China. Children: son, Adam Blythe, is a commercial real estate attorney in Dallas,
Texas. Labor Union Affiliation: Member, United Transportation Union (the U.S.
railroad employees’ union) from 1967 to 1968, while employed with the Missouri
Pacific Railroad Company. Military Service: United States Marine Corps; Active
Duty : 1970-73; Reserve Duty : 1969-70 & 1973-75; Honorable Discharge: 1975.
Political Affiliation: U.S. Democratic party. Religion: Christian; lifelong member
of United Methodist Church. Personal heroes: President & Nobel Peace
Laureate Barack Obama, President Bill Clinton, Secretary of State Hillary
Rodham Clinton, Vice President & Nobel Peace Laureate Al Gore; President &
Nobel Peace Laureate Jimmy Carter, Nobel Peace Laureate Daw Aung San Suu
Kyi, my 97-year-old Mother, and any Triumphant Underdog. Foreign Travel: all
over Europe, all over the Middle East, all over the Orient, Russia, Ethiopia,
Morocco, Kenya, Uganda, Maldive Republic, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Australia,
New Zealand, Tahiti, Fiji. Hobbies and Interests: Listening to Frank Sinatra, Jazz
Greats (especially Charlie “Bird” Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and John Coltrane), and
Antonio Carlos Jobim’s Brazilian Bossa Nova; Reading History and John
Grisham; and Touring the Globe. My Adopted Hometown: Chengdu, China, a
sprawling metropolis of 12 million population and the capital city of Sichuan
Province, where my wife and I maintain a vacation home. The One Thing I Can’t
Do Without: Sichuan Food!
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THE NO-DAMAGES-FOR-DELAY CLAUSE
IN CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS: A
LEGAL TOOL TO AVOID OWNER’S
LIABILITY FOR CONTRACTOR’S
DAMAGES CAUSED BY OWNER’S DELAY
Stephen E. Blythe*
A No-Damages-For-Delay (“NDFD”) clause may be used by an Owner
for protection from a Contractor’s lawsuit for payment of damages
resulting from a delay caused by the Owner. Courts in the United States
often presume that an NDFD clause is valid. However, because of their
harsh consequences to a Contractor, they are strictly construed and several
exceptions to their validity are often recognized: (1) when the Owner has
actively interfered in the construction project; (2) when the delay was not
contemplated by either the Owner or the Contractor; (3) when the duration
of the delay is unreasonably long; (4) when the delay is caused by the
Owner’s fraud, bad faith, or other intentional wrongful conduct; (5) when
the Owner intentionally breaches a fundamental obligation of the contract;
and (6) when the jurisdiction has enacted a statute which has declared
NDFD clauses void and in violation of public policy. UAE construction
law does not specifically address the issue of NDFD clauses, but it does
provide that a Contractor has a duty to promptly inform the Owner
whenever it believes that additional time will be necessary to complete the
project. Lawyers drafting a NDFD clause on behalf of an Owner should
prominently display it in the document and should protect the Owner from
all delays caused by his acts or negligence regardless of whether the risk of
delay was contemplated by the parties.
*Professor of Law and Accounting, School of Management, New York Institute of
Technology, CERT Technology Park, P.O. Box 5464, Al Muroor Road, Abu Dhabi,
United Arab Emirates. E-Mail: [email protected] Ph.D. (Info. Tech. Law), The
University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law (Hong Kong, China), 2010; LL.M. (Info. Tech.
Law) with distinction, University of Strathclyde Faculty of Law (Glasgow, Scotland U.K.),
2005; LL.M. (Int’l Bus. Law), University of Houston Law Center (Houston, Texas USA),
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1992; J.D. cum laude, Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law
(Houston, Texas USA), 1986; Ph.D. (Business Administration), University of Arkansas
Sam M. Walton College of Business Administration (Fayetteville, Arkansas USA), 1979;
M.B.A., Arkansas State University College of Business (Jonesboro, Arkansas USA), 1975.
Attorney at Law, Texas and Oklahoma; Certified Public Accountant, Texas. He practiced
solo (employment-discrimination litigation) in Houston, Texas, was affiliated with the
Cheek Law Firm (insurance-defense litigation) in Oklahoma City, and was a management
consultant for the city of Haikou, China. Additionally, he has taught law, accounting,
management, economics and international business at fourteen universities located in the
United States, Africa and the Middle East.
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GUNAWANSA, ASANGA (Dr)
Assistant Professor
Department of Building, SDE1-04-07
School of Design and Environment
National University of Singapore
4 Architecture Drive Singapore 117566
Tel: (65) 6516-1008
Fax: (65) 6775-5502
Email:[email protected]
Career History:
Dr. Asanga Gunawansa holds a Ph.D. in law from the National University
of Singapore (NUS) and a LL.M in
International Economic Law from the University of Warwick. He is an
Attorney–at- Law of the Supreme Court of Sri
Lanka.
Dr. Gunawansa’s teaching and research areas include: construction law;
arbitration and other alternative dispute
resolution mechanisms; legal aspects of PPP and PFI; international
environmental law; legal and policy aspects of
climate change; and sustainable development.
Prior to joining NUS in May 2007, Dr. Gunawansa was attached to the
United Nations Relief and Works Agency
(UNRWA) as a Legal Officer. During the period 2001 – 2005, he was
attached to the United Nations
Compensation Commission (UNCC) as a Legal Officer. At the UNCC,
with a group of international lawyers, Dr.
Gunawansa helped process the largest war reparations claims handled by
an international commission to monitor,
assess, restore and compensate for environmental damage and damages to
natural resources resulting from the
1991 Gulf War. At UNRWA, DR. Gunawansa was involved in drafting
and negotiating construction, infrastructure
development, trade and other commercial contracts. During the period
1993 – 2000, Dr. Gunawansa was attached
to the Department of the Attorney General of Sri Lanka as a State Counsel.
During this time he appeared for the
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government of Sri Lanka and many public sector entities in commercial
and civil disputes. During this time, he was
also seconded to the Ministry of Finance and the Road Development
Authority of Sri Lanka as a Legal Consultant.
In the quest to disseminate knowledge, Dr Gunawansa has delivered many
conference/seminar papers and
conducted numerous in-house training programs on matters pertaining to
construction contracts, dispute
resolution, professional negligence, Public-Private-Partnerships,
sustainable development and climate change.
Dr. Gunawansa is the joint author of the “Asia Pacific Construction Law
Case Book Series” published by Lexis- Nexis.
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Pure Economic Loss Relating and Construction Defects - A
Comparative Analysis
Dr. Asanga Gunawansa
Department of Building, School of Design and Environment, National
University of Singapore, 4 Architecture Drive, S117566, Singapore
Email: [email protected]
The problem of whether pure economic loss should or should not be
compensated has been a legal conundrum for many common law
jurisdictions. The aim of this paper is to provide a comparative analysis of
the state of law on pure economic loss resulting from construction defects
in four common law jurisdictions, namely, England, USA (State of
California), Australia and Singapore. The paper will show that whilst the
English and American courts have regularly found pure economic loss
problematic and have had the tendency to reject claims based on the belief
that such losses are more difficult to foresee than ordinary losses, or that
they would open the flood gates for a series of derivative claims, the courts
in Australia and Singapore have taken a different path, showing their
willingness to test each case on the merits so as to allow themselves to do
justice in individual cases. This paper argues in favour of the liberal
approach taken by the Australian and Singapore courts, primarily on the
basis that, in claims for pure economic loss, although there is no physical
injury to person or property of the victim, the very fact that an economic
loss is caused to the victim as a result of the tortfeasor’s action should be
actionable in law.
Keywords: Pure Economic Loss, Construction Defects, Common Law,
Negligence, Tort
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Preventive measures in the field of construction in the
implementation phase In the light of the officer on the City
of Damascus Construction
Comparative Study
Prof. Mohammed Hatem Al Bayat
Professor of Private Law - Faculty of Law - University of Damascus
Public safety requires the establishment of effective control and
supervisory mechanism over construction and demolition works. General
legal
principles provide that the contractor or person who is in effective
control in the construction site is legally liable for any damages or harms
resulted from the construction works, yet there is a need for to adopt
special legal rules which enhance the safety during the construction
period.
These rules vary from the traditional egal provisions which govern
the legal liability, in civil law and law of contracts.
The main focus of the paper is to examine the preventive safety
requirements as provided for in the licensing system of Damascus
municipality.
The paper is divided into two sections: the first one deals with safety
rules required n the process of issuing a license for construction or
demolition. The second section examines the effectiveness of safety
system during construction period
Abstracts and CVs
Jean-Marc LE MASSON
Coordonnées professionnelles
Faculté de droit et des sciences politiques de Nantes
Chemin de la Sensive du Tertre
BP 81307 44313 Nantes cedex 3
Centre régional du Conservatoire national des arts
et métiers des Pays de la Loire
25 boulevard Guy Mollet
BP 31115 44311 Nantes cedex 3
02.40.16.10.11
[email protected]
Cabinet d’Avocats
12 passage Saint-Yves
44000 Nantes - 02 40 35 12 00 - [email protected]
Titres universitaires
Doctorat en droit
1991, Faculté de droit et des sciences politiques de Nantes
Habilitation à diriger des recherches
1994, Faculté de droit et des sciences politiques de Nantes
Fonctions
Directeur de la recherche et de l’innovation - Conservatoire national des arts
et métiers des Pays de la Loire
Directeur national adjoint de l’Institut d’études économiques et juridiques
appliquées à la construction et à l’habitation (ICH) - Conservatoire national
des arts et métiers
Directeur du Centre de recherche en droit immobilier - Conservatoire
national des arts et métiers
Directeur de l'ICH Nantes - Conservatoire national des arts et métiers des Pays
de la Loire
Maître de conférences à la faculté de droit et des sciences politiques Université de Nantes
Directeur du Master 2 Droit des opérations immobilières
Avocat, Spécialiste en droit immobilier
I.- Publications (cinq dernières années)
Droit immobilier
Articles
La transmission du droit de jouissance exclusif sur parties communes
Revue Administrer, octobre 2008, p. 32
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La conservation de l’immeuble en copropriété
Informations Rapides de la copropriété janvier-février 2006, p. 20
Esthétique de l’immeuble et droit de propriété
Pérégrinations en droit de la copropriété
Revue Administrer, juillet 2005, p. 25
La résolution des litiges de copropriété par la médiation
Revue de l’Association Nationale des copropriétés et des copropriétaires,
décembre 2004, p. 22
La mise à jour des règlements de copropriété
Revue Actualité Juridique Droit Immobilier 2003, p. 837
Du bon usage du procès-verbal d’assemblée générale
Revue Administrer, août 2003, p. 14
Les « droits acquis » en copropriété - Libres propos sur une notion évanescente
Revue Administrer, mai 2003, p. 11
Actes de colloques
La sécurisation des transactions immobilières en France
Colloque international de l’Institute for Physical Planning and Information,
Taiwan, janv. 2007, p. 180 (traduction en mandarin)
La préservation de l’immeuble en copropriété
Colloque national Ecologie de l’habitat ancien, nov. 2006, p. 70
La sécurisation financière du maître de l’ouvrage dans le contrat de construction
de maison individuelle
Revue de Droit Immobilier, nov.- déc. 2005, p. 392
Ouvrages collectifs
Code de la Construction et de l’Habitation - Editions DALLOZ
Commentaire et annotation en collaboration avec le CRDI
Les constructeurs et leurs contrats – Editions LITEC
Ouvrage collectif de la collection Juris-Compact, 2003
Encyclopédies
Bail emphytéotique
Fascicule 109 du Juris Classeur Construction- Urbanisme
Construction sur le domaine public de l’État et des collectivités territoriales
Fascicule 250 du Juris Classeur Construction- Urbanisme
Protection des emprunteurs immobiliers
Règles relatives au contrat de prêt immobilier
Fascicule 940 du Juris Classeur Construction- Urbanisme
Protection des emprunteurs immobiliers
Règles relatives au contrat principal
Fascicule 945 du Juris Classeur Construction- Urbanisme
Abstracts and CVs
Direction de publications
Membre du comité de lecture des revues :
-Administrer
- Actualité Juridique Droit immobilier
- Informations Rapides de la Copropriété
Centre de recherche en droit immobilier
- Sommaire de jurisprudence « Vente d’immeuble » et « Droit pénal
immobilier », Revue Administrer
- Sommaire de jurisprudence « Bail en général » et « Bail d’habitation et mixte » ,
Revue Actualité Juridique Droit immobilier – Editions Dalloz
- Rubriques « Charges » et « syndic de copropriété » Dictionnaire Permanent
Gestion immobilière, Editions législatives
- Environnement Air et Bruit, Editions LAMY
II.- CONFERENCES
Participation à des colloques
Colloques internationaux
Les difficultés pratiques et juridiques de la copropriété
Congrès de l’Institut national d’aménagement et d’urbanisme, Rabat, Maroc,
2010
La sécurisation des transactions immobilières
Congrès international franco-canadien, Paris, 2009
Residential property transaction security measures in France
Colloque international de l’Institute for Physical Planning and Information
(Australie, Etats-Unis, France, Japon), Taipei, Taiwan, 2007
Le statut de la copropriété en France
Congrès des Géomètres-Experts et Lotisseurs, Fès, Maroc 2005
L’évaluation immobilière en France
Premier Congrès mondial des évaluateurs immobiliers, Québec, Canada 2004
Colloques nationaux
La loi de lutte contre l’exclusion et de mobilisation pour le logement
Congrès de la Chambre nationale des experts en copropriété, Paris, 2009
Les clauses contractuelles à l’origine des désordres de construction
Congrès des architectes experts, Vannes, 2006
Le statut de la copropriété et les obligations du syndicat en matière de travaux
Colloque national Ecologie de l’habitat ancien, Brest 2005
La sécurisation financière des partenaires à l’opération immobilière : le rêve
impossible ?
Colloque de l’Association française pour le droit de la construction, Paris, 2005
La copropriété après la loi SRU
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Congrès de l’Ordre des géomètres-experts, Angers 2003
Colloques de l’Institut de la construction et de l’habitation
L’organisation de l’ensemble immobilier (Nantes 2007)
L’actualité de la copropriété (Bordeaux 2004)
La mise à jour des règlements de copropriété (Nantes 2003)
Direction scientifique de colloques
Conservatoire national des arts et métiers
Congrès mondial : L’accès à la terre et ses usages
Congrès réunissant 70 intervenants de 26 pays sur 4 continents
Co-directeur scientifique
(Journées scientifiques de l’Université de Nantes, 2009)
Université de Nantes
L’art de faire la loi (Faculté de droit 2003)
Institut de la construction et de l’habitation de Nantes (Cnam)
L’accès à la terre et ses usages : variations internationales (8 et 9 juin 2009)
Copropriété et développement durable (2008)
Les opérations de construction conjointe (2007)
Vivre la copropriété (2007)
Les travaux sur l’immeuble existant (2006)
Quel avenir pour le logement social ? (2005)
200 ans de droit immobilier (2004)
La mise aux normes de l’immeuble (2003)
Regards sur l’ensemble immobilier (2003)
Charges d'enseignement
Faculté de droit de Nantes
Montage d’opérations complexes (Master 2 Droit des opérations immobilières)
Droit de la construction (Master1)
Droit des biens (Master 2 Recherche Droit privé général)
Assurance Construction (Master 2 Droit des assurances)
Droit de la copropriété (Master 2 Notariat)
Droit immobilier (Diplôme Supérieur du Notariat)
Institut d’études judiciaires de Nantes
Droit patrimonial (préparation aux concours ENM et CAPA)
Institut de la construction et de l’habitation de Nantes (Cnam)
Copropriété des immeubles bâtis et administration des immeubles
Ecole Nationale de la Magistrature
Droit et contentieux de la construction
Formation continue, Paris, depuis 2001
Ecole des Avocats du Grand Ouest
La vente d’immeubles (depuis 2007)
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Construction rules and the environment question and the
possibility of modifying the legal rules in force
Dr. Jean - Mark Le Masson
Associate Professor - College of Law
Nantes University – France.
The French Law focuses on the importance of protection of
environment. When the petrol prices increased in 2006, the French
government, tried to explore alternative energy sources. Accordingly,
later, the Rules were modified, by bringing a new Law in 2009, which is
against causing threat to environment in Construction works. This Law
explains the procedures, restrictions in construction works and the legal
consequences when there is a violation, by the owner, the promoter and the
contractors.
Abstracts and CVs
Jean-Baptiste THIERRY
Faculté de Droit, Sciences économiques et
Gestion
13 Place Carnot, 54000 NANCY France
[email protected]
Profession
Maître de Conférences de Droit privé
Diplômes
2006 – Docteur en Droit privé, Sciences criminelles,
mention Très honorable, Félicitations du jury. Thèse
sur « Le handicap en droit criminel », université de Nancy.
Publications
- Le handicap en droit criminel, th. Nancy 2, 2006, prix Etienne Ponseillé de la
meilleure thèse en droit de la santé décerné par l’Université de Montpellier.
- Contributions à l’ouvrage Les grands arrêts du droit médical, sous la direction
de François Vialla, LGDJ, 2009 ;
- Contributions à l’ouvrage La réforme du Code pénal et du Code de procédure
pénale, opinio doctorum, sous la direction de M. Giacopelli, B. de Lamy, V.
Malabat, Dalloz, 2009
- Articles publiés dans la Semaine juridique : « « L'inaccessibilité architecturale
d'un établissement pénitentiaire peut constituer une violation de l'article 3 de la
CEDH, à propos de l'arrêt Vincent c. France du 24 octobre 2006 », JCP, 17 janv.
2007, II, 10 007 ; « Condamnation de la France pour atteinte au droit à la vie, à
propos de l'arrêt CEDH Saoud contre France, 9 octobre 2007 », JCP, 2008, II,
10 012
- « L’individualisation du droit criminel », Revue de science criminelle, 2008,
p. 59.
Congrès, colloques, conférences internationaux
- « La responsabilité médicale en Europe », Medical liability under the federal
law, Al-Ain, College of Law, U.A.E University, déc. 2009 ;
- « Les normes pénales de protection du génome humain », 16e Congrès mondial
de droit médical, 7-11 août 2006, Toulouse ;
- « La personne handicapée en detention », 2e Congrès européen de médecine
pénitentiaire, 4-5 nov. 2004, Strasbourg
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The right of the persons with special needs to get access to
buildings under the French Law
Dr. Jean - Bateste Thierry
Associate Professor - College of Law
Nancy University – France
This paper focuses on the protection of rights of persons with special
needs to have equal access to buildings. The European Directive
27.11.2000 deals with non- discrimination and equality principle, and
provides that every person, whether normal or with special needs; has a
right to equality irrespective of their sex, race, religion, place of birth etc.
Later the French Govt. has passed a legislation on 12.2.2005, under
which the owners of public or private buildings; to provide good access to
the handicapped persons, and it covers with the related sanctions.
The research paper deals with the definition of 'Rights of the
handicapped persons' and the legal protection extended to them.
Abstracts and CVs
P ROF . H ANRI M OSTERT
B.A. LL.B. LL.M. LL.D. (Stell)
P.O. Box 12497 – Mill Street, CAPE TOWN
8010 – South Africa
+27 (0)21 560 4122 (w)/+27 (0)82 299 2982 (m)/+27
(0)21 462 0914 (h)
[email protected]
C U R R I C U L U M
V I T A E
I.
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS,
EXPERIENCE & ACHIEVEMENTS
A. QUALIFICATIONS
BA (1993); LLB (1995); LLM (1996); LLD (2000) (Stellenbosch
University)
B.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2009 – present
2008 – present
2007 – 2008
2003 – 2006
2001 – 2002
2000 - present
1996 – 1998
C.
ACADEMIC AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS
2006-2008
2006
Director of Research: Faculty of Law, University of Cape Town
Professor: Faculty of Law, University of Cape Town
Professor: Faculty of Law, University of Stellenbosch
Associate Professor: Faculty of Law, University of Stellenbosch
Senior Lecturer: Faculty of Law, University of Stellenbosch
Advocate of the High Court of South Africa
Various Contract Teaching Posts & Assistantships: Faculty of Law, University of Stellenbosch;
Faculty of Law, University of the Western Cape; UNISA Western Cape Learning Centre
Georg Forster Fellow: Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
based at Albert-Ludwigs University, Freiburg (Germany)
Academic Fellow: Commonwealth Programme
based at the University of Reading (United Kingdom)
2006 - present National Research Foundation Research Rating:
"Established Researcher" with a "sustained recent record of productivity in [their field
of expertise], who are recognised by their peers as having produced a body of quality
work, the core of which has coherence and attests to ongoing engagement with the
field." [C] (www.nrf.co.za)
2000
Fellow: Research Unit for Law & Constitutional Interpretation (RULCI)
based at the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa)
1998 – 2000
Fellow: Max Planck Institute for Foreign Public and International Law
holding scholarship of the Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst (DAAD)
based at the Ruprecht-Karls University, Heidelberg (Germany)
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II.
RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
A.
RESEARCH INTERESTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Comparative Law, in particular Property Law and Human Rights. Specialisation in Constitutional
Property Law
Law and Development, in particular Land Law, Land Reform and Mineral & Mining Law
History of Law, in particular the impact of European legal principles on post-colonial jurisdictions
Law and Society, in particular jurisdictions in transition
B.
FUNDING: SCHOLARSHIPS & PROJECT GRANT FUNDING
2009
2008-2011
UCT Research Committee: Rated researchers’ award
National Research Foundation: Project Grant: Landownership – New Variations on an old
Theme – Distinct South African Research Opportunities
2007-2011
National Research Foundation: Project Grant: New Titles to Land – Distinct South African
Research Opportunities
2007
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellowship: "Property, Liberty and Civic
Responsibility
2006
Commonwealth Scholarship & Fellowship Programme Fellowship: Electronic Registration
Systems
2005-2006
National Research Foundation: Project Grant: Policies underlying the Changing Land Law
– Distinct South African Research Opportunities
2005
University of Stellenbosch: Research Grant, Research Committee A
2003-2004
National Research Foundation: Project Grant: Access to Land and Tenure Security Sustainable Livelihoods
2002-2003 University of Stellenbosch: Research Grant, Research Committee A
2002
National Research Foundation: Project Grant: Access to Land and Registration – Distinct
South African Research Opportunities
1998-1999 Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst: Scholarship for study in Germany
1999
Harry Crossley Foundation: Study grant
1998
Human Sciences Research Council: Grant for overseas study
1997
Max Planck Gesellschaft, Germany: Short-stay Fellowship
C. PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS
More than 40 publications and 30 presentations between 2000 and 2009. Full particulars in publications list
(Annexure B).
IV.
TEACHING & STUDENT SUPERVISION
A.
TEACHING
Teaching Experience:
Experienced in teaching various modules at undergraduate, post-graduate and
masters' level. Full particulars available on request.
Abstracts and CVs
Visiting Lectures:
upon request.
External Assessor:
List of visiting lectures and summer school participation available
External moderator/evaluator/assessor: University of the North West (20082009); University of Johannesburg (2009); University of Cape Town (20032007); University of Port Elizabeth/Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
(2004-2006); University of the Western Cape (2004-2006).
SUPERVISION
B.
Completed post-graduate projects:
1.
Meyer van den Berg:
Mineral rights under development: A legal-comparative study of the
content and nature of rights to minerals in South Africa and
Namibia (LLM cum laude, UCT, 2009)
2.
Ebrezia Johnson:
An analysis of the Communal Land Rights Act 11 of 2004 (LLM,
Stell, 2009)
3.
Chen Lei:
Designing condominium law for China: A comparative study (LLD,
Stell, 2008)
4.
Doreen Serumula:
Establishment of sectional title schemes in Botswana and South
Africa (LLM, Stell, 2004)
5.
Jacobus Louw:
Common law and statutory remedies against eviction (LLM, Stell,
2004)
6.
Laetitia Oliphant:
Policy objectives of the Prevention of Illegal Eviction and Unlawful
Occupation of Land Act (LLM, Stell, 2005)
Numerous masters-by-thesis research projects and undergraduate research papers
Current post-graduate projects:
1.
Alexander Paterson:
The relation between land reform and environmental conservation
(LLD, UCT, from 2009)
2.
Willem Venter:
Reform of agricultural land holding in the SADEC states (LLD (parttime), Stell, from 2004)
3.
Jacques Jacobs:
Communal land holding: comparative study of legislation (LLM,
Stell, from 2006)
Numerous undergraduate research papers
Research Focus Group
Supervision of approximately 15 final-year LLB research papers (8000 – 10 000 words) annually.
V.
COMMUNITY SERVICE/TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE
A.
TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Development of the Land Law Watch website (HUwww.landlawwatch.co.zaUH) - ongoing
Four publications in the popular media (between 1999 and 2007)
One subject-specific comment published in a South African legal practitioners' magazine (2005)
Four media interviews for News24/SABC3 (between 2003 and 2009)
Invited to appear as guest speaker at Centre for Continued Education's Workshop on Research
for Publication (2004)
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6.
7.
B.
Several commissioned written legal opinions (between 2001 and 2009)
Engagement as expert witness in the matter of Foresti v RSA (ongoing)
COMMUNITY SERVICE
1.
2.
3.
Participant in community-directed project entitled Legal Exchange and Research Project: Land
Law (LERP) (Northern Cape initiative): research surveys, liaising with various stake holders
Professional involvement: Expert legal advice (Consultation/Written opinions), most recently e.g:
2.1
Foresti v RSA (ICSID Tribunal)
2.2
Swartland Municipality v Minister of Minerals & Energy (C)
Member of South African Law Reform Commission Project 25 (Subcommittee on Land Law
Reform)
VI.
ADMINISTRATION/MANAGEMENT
A.
FACULTY/DEPARTMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
B.
Director of Research: UCT Faculty of Law (ongoing)
Member of various committees, including Research Committee, LLM Committee, Academic
Development Committee, Library Committee, Internationalisation Committee, etc.
Served on various ad hoc appointment committees
Editorial:
Editor: Stellenbosch Law Review (2004; 2005(3)); Assistant editor:
Stellenbosch Law Review (2003); Member of Editorial Board: Stellenbosch Law Review (20022006)
Founding Co-director: Post-graduate Research Seminar (2003-2004)
UNIVERSITY
Member of various committees (ad hoc appointment committees; pilot projects; inquiry commissions,
etc.), including University Research Committee and various subcommittees reporting to it, e.g.
University Equipment Committee, Conference Travel Committee etc.
C.
EXTERNAL
1.
2.
2.
National Research Foundation: Panel Member (Law): Ratings Assessment Committee (20092011)
Conferences organised: Property Law and Legal Pluralism (upcoming 2010); Seminar on
International Investment, Property Law, and Resource Reform/Land Reform (2009); Property
Law Teachers' Conference (2002); International Property Law Conference (2005)
Editorial: Sectoral Editor: German Law Journal (responsible for 5 issues between 2002 and
2004)
PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS
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BOOKS & COMMENTARIES
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Mostert, H & Pope, A (eds) The Principles of Property Law, 2010, Oxford University Press, Cape
Town, South Africa (currently in print), (Text book).
Abstracts and CVs
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Badenhorst, P.J., Mostert, H & Dendy, M Minerals and Petroleum (Vol. 18, 2nd ed. 2007) in Joubert,
W.A. & Faris, J.A. The Law of South Africa (LAWSA), LexisNexis Butterworths, Durban, South
Africa, ISBN: 978 0 409 02263 6 (Title in encyclopaedic work).
Badenhorst, P.J., Pienaar, J.M. & Mostert, H. Silberberg & Schoeman's The Law of Property, 5th
edition, 2006, LexisNexis Butterworths, Durban, South Africa,
ISBN: 9780409053185 (SC)/9780409053198 (HC), (Text book).
Badenhorst, P.J. & Mostert, H. Mineral and Petroleum Law of South Africa, first edition, 2004, Juta
Law, Wetton, South Africa, ISBN: 0 7021 6721 5; Revision service 1, 2005; Revision service 2,
2006; Revision service 3, 2007; Revision service 4, 2008; Revision service 5, 2009 (Loose-leaf
commentary, updated annually).
Badenhorst, P.J., Pienaar, J.M. & Mostert, H. Silberberg & Schoeman's The Law of Property, 4th
edition, 2003, LexisNexis Butterworths, Durban, South Africa, ISBN: 0409053163 (SC)/0409053173
(HC), (Text book).
Mostert, H. The Constitutional Protection and Regulation of Property and its Influence on the
Reform of Private Law and Landownership in South Africa and Germany - A Comparative Analysis,
2002, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, ISBN: 3 540 43006 7, (Monograph in the series
"Beiträge zum ausländischen öffentlichen Recht und Völkerrecht").
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS & PUBLISHED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Mostert, H. "Change Through Jurisprudence: The Role of the Courts in Broadening the Scope of
Restitution " in Walker, C. et. al. Land, Memory, Reconstruction, Justice: Perspectives on Land
Restitution in South Africa 2010 (in publication)
Mostert, H. "Beyond Richtersveld or: Restitution Policy and Legislation through the Judicial Lense"
in Godden, L. and Tehan, M. (eds) Sustainable Futures: Comparative Perspectives on Communal
Land 2010 (in publication).
Mostert, H. "Constitutional Property Law and Land Reform" in Humby, T., Theophilopolous, C. et. al.
(eds) 2006 Annual Survey of South African Law, 2009, Juta, Cape Town.
Mostert, H. "Länderbericht Südafrika" in Ring, G., Grziwotz, H. & Keukenschrijver, A. (eds)
Sachenrecht – Band 3, 2nd edition, 2008, pp 1954-1973: Country Report on South African Property
Law in Volume 3 of Dauner-Lieb, B., Heidel, T. & Ring, G. (eds) Nomos Kommentar BGB;
Nomos/Deutscher Anwaltverein, Bonn (Chapter in German Law commentary).
Mostert, H. "Aboriginal Title" in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Oxford
University Press, Heidelberg, Germany, 2008, ISBN 978 01992231690
Jacobs, P.J. & Mostert, H. "Boundary Disputes in Africa" in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public
International Law, Oxford University Press, Heidelberg, Germany, 2008, ISBN 978 01992231690.
Mostert, H. & Badenhorst, P.J. “Property and the Bill of Rights” issue 18 in Butterworths' Bill of
Rights Compendium, 2006, Lexisnexis Butterworths, Durban, ISBN-10 0409047848 (binder),
040904783X (loose-leaf) (Chapter in Loose-leaf Reference Work).
Mostert, H. & Pienaar, J.M. “Formalization of South African Communal Land Title and its Impact on
Development” in Cooke, E.J. (ed) Modern Studies in Property Law III, 2005, Hart Publishing,
Oxford, UK pp 317-340 (Essay contribution in published conference proceedings/book).
Mostert, H. "Liberty, Social Responsibility and Fairness in the Context of Constitutional Property
Protection and Regulation" in Botha, H., Van der Walt A.J. & Van der Walt, J.W.G. (eds) Rights and
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Mostert, H. "Die Invloed van die Grondwetlike Eiendomsklousule op die Eiendomskonsep in die
Suid-Afrikaanse Reg - 'n Vergelyking van die hantering van eiendom in die Privaatreg en onder die
grondwet in die lig van die toenemende diversifisering van grondregte in Suid-Afrika" in Smits, J. &
Lubbe G.F. (eds) Remedies in Zuid-Afrika en Europa, 2003, Intersentia Uitgevers, AntwerpenGroeningen, ISBN 90 5095 318 2, pp 119-139 (Essay contribution in published conference
proceedings/book).
Mostert, H. "The Diversification of Land Rights and its Implications for a New Land Law in South
Africa" (Chapter 1) in Cooke, E.J. (ed) Modern Studies in Property Law II, 2003, Hart Publishing,
Oxford, UK, ISBN 1 84113 173 3, pp 3-25 (Essay contribution in published conference
proceedings/book).
ARTICLES, NOTES & CASE DISCUSSIONS
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Democracy in a Transformative Constitution, 2004, SunMedia, Stellenbosch, ISBN 1 919980 02 4,
pp 131-161 (Essay contribution in anniversary anthology for Prof. Frank Michelman).
Van Niekerk, H. & Mostert, H. “Expropriation of Unused Old Order Mineral Rights: The Court has its
First Say” accepted for publication in 2010 (1) Stell LR.
Badenhorst, P.J. & Mostert, H. “Duelling Prospecting Rights: A Non-Custodial Second?” 2008 (4)
Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg, 819-833.
Mostert, H. “Trends in the South African Constitutional Court’s Jurisprudence on Property Protection
and Regulation (72) Amicus Curiae, December 2007, 8-13.
Chen, L. & Mostert, H. “The Unavoidable Necessity for Formalising Condominium Ownership in
China: A Pilot Study” 2007 (2) Asian Journal of Comparative Law, also accessible online at
HUhttp://www.bepress.com/asjcl/vol2/iss1/art3U
Badenhorst, P.J. & Mostert, H. “Artikel 3(1) en (2) van die Mineral and Petroleum Resources
Development Act, 28 van 2002: ‘n Herbesoek” 2007 (4) Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg
(accepted for publication).
Badenhorst, P.J. & Mostert, H. “Ambit of Mineral Rights: Paving the Way for New Order Disputes?
(Anglo Operations Ltd v Sandhurst Estates (Pty) Ltd 2006 (1) SA 350 (T))” 2007 (2) Tydskrif vir die
Suid-Afrikaanse Reg
Pienaar, J.M. & Mostert, H. “Uitsettings onder die Suid-Afrikaanse Grondwet: die verhouding
tussen artikel 25(1), artikel 26(3) en die Uitsettingswet” 2006 (1) Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse
Reg 277-299 and 2006 (2) Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg 522-536.
Pienaar, J.M. & Mostert, H. “The Balance Between Burial Rights and Landownership in South
Africa: Issues of Content, Nature and Constitutionality” 2005 (3) South African Law Journal 633-660.
Mostert, H. & Fitzpatrick, P. “Law Against Law: Indigenous Rights and the Richtersveld Cases”
2004 (2) Law, Social Justice and Global Development Journal (LGD) Online at
Hhttp://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/elj/lgd/2004_2/mostertfitzpatrick/H.
Badenhorst, P.J. & Mostert, H. “A Bridge too Ghostly to Contemplate?” July 2004 De Rebus 25-28.
Mostert, H. & Fitzpatrick, P. “ ‘Living in the Margins of History on the Edge of the Country’ – Legal
Foundation and the Richtersveld Community’s Title to Land” 2004 (2) Tydskrif vir die SuidAfrikaanse Reg 309-323 and 2004 (3) Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg 498-510.
Abstracts and CVs
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Mostert, H. "Lost Information and Competing Interests in Restoring Germany's Dispossessed
Property – The Recent Decision of the German Federal Administrative Court" 2004 German Law
Journal (online at Hhttp://www.germanlawjournal.comH).
Badenhorst, P.J. & Mostert, H. "Revisiting the Transitional Arrangements of the Mineral and
Petroleum Resources Development Act, 28 of 2002 and the Constitutional Property Clause: An
Analysis in Two Parts - Part One: "Nature and Content of Rights Created by the Transitional
Provisions" 2003 (3) Stell LR 377-400; Part Two: "Constitutionality of the Minerals and Petroleum
Resources Development Act's Transitional Provisions" 2004 (1) Stell LR 22-51.
Mostert, H. "The Distinction between Deprivations and Expropriations and the Future of the
"Doctrine" of Constructive Expropriation in South Africa" 2003 (4) SAJHR 567-592.
Mostert, H. "Efforts at Constitutional Comparison - The German/South African Experience (A Partial
Review)" 2003 German Law Journal (online at Hhttp://www.germanlawjournal.comH).
Mostert, H. "Land Restitution, Social Justice And Development in South Africa"
2002 (2) South African Law Journal 400-428.
Mostert, H. "The Constitutional State, the Social State and the Constitutional Property Clause Observations on the Translation of German Constitutional Principles into South African Law and
their Treatment by the Judiciary" 2002 (62/1-2) Zeitschrift für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und
Völkerrecht 347-390.
Mostert, H. "The Alienation of Rights of Exclusive Use in Sectional Title Law - An Appraisal of
Problems relating to Dealings with Outsiders" 2002 (2) Stellenbosch Law Review 265-284.
Mostert, H. "The Decision of the Land Claims Court in the Case of the Richtersveld Community:
Promoting Reconciliation or Effecting Division?" 2002 (1) Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg 160167.
Mostert, H./Du Toit, F. "Joubert v Van Rensburg and the Registration of Immovable Trust Property
in the name of the "Trustees from Time to Time": Rocking the Boat or Storm in a Teacup?" 2002 (1)
Stellenbosch Law Review 151-161.
Mostert, H. "Does German Law still Matter? A Few Remarks about the Relevance of Foreign Law in
General and German Law in Particular in South African Legal Development with Regard to the
Issue of Constructive Expropriation" 2002 (9) German Law Journal (online at
Hhttp://www.germanlawjournal.comH).
Mostert, H. "The Recent Amendments to the Regulations accompanying the Sectional Titles Act"
2001 (2) Stellenbosch Law Review/Regstydskrif 258-264.
Mostert, H. "Big Oaks from Little Acorns Grow (or: The Significance of Foreign Law for the
Development of South African Constitutional Property Law) - Part I: Legal Comparison, 2001 (2)
Stellenbosch Law Review/Regstydskrif 326-340; Part II: Reception 2001 (3) Stellenbosch Law
Review/Regstydskrif 498-518.
Mostert, H. "South African Constitutional Property Protection between Libertarianism and
Liberationism: Challenges for the Judiciary" 2000 (60/2) Zeitschrift für ausländisches öffentliches
Recht und Völkerrecht 295-330.
Mostert, H. "The Regulation of Exclusive Use Areas in terms of the Sectional Titles Act 95 of 1986:
An Evaluation of the Existing Position and Suggested Alternatives" 1997 (3) Stellenbosch Law
Review/Regstydskrif 324-347.
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THESES & DISSERTATIONS
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2.
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Mostert, H. The Regulation of Exclusive Use Areas in South African Sectional Title Law – Historical
Survey and Evaluation of Proposed Amendments to Existing Legislation, 1996 (Study project for
partial fulfilment of the requirements for the LL.M. degree, University of Stellenbosch).
BOOK REVIEWS
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Mostert, H. The Relevance of Constitutional Protection and Regulation of Property for the Private
Law of Ownership in South Africa and Germany - A Comparative Analysis with Specific Reference
to Land Law Reform, 2000 (Dissertation presented for the Degree of Doctor of Laws, University of
Stellenbosch).
"The Compulsory Acquisition of Rights by Expropriation, Ways of Necessity, Prescription, Labour
Tenancy and Restitution - by MD Southwood" - Book review: 2002 (1) Stellenbosch Law Review
178-182.
"Grupp, Thomas Michael: Südafrikas neue Verfassung – Mit vergleichender Betrachtung aus
deutscher und europäischer Sicht" - Buchbesprechung: 1999 (2) Zeitschrift für ausländisches
öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht 601 –603.
"Inleiding tot die Sakereg – deur AJ van der Walt en GJ Pienaar" - Boekbespreking: 1997 (2)
Stellenbosch Law Review/Regstydskrif 254 ff.
F. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & GUEST LECTURES
“Nationalisation? Political Debate and Legal Reality: Historical Analysis of Law and Policy regarding
Control and Ownership of Mineral Resources” Presentation at Annual Property Law Teachers’
Conference, Stellenbosch University, in October 2009.
Neighbour Law and Fundamental Rights - Presentation at scoping conference of D Visser & E Reid
Private Law and Human Rights (South Africa/Scotland), University of Edinburgh in June 2009
Constitutional Property Protection: A comparison of South African and Chinese law - Presentation
with Chen Lei at 5th Annual Conference of the Asian Law Institute, Hong Kong University, May
2009
“Responsibility and Do-ability in Matters of Housing” – Presentation with A Pope at Annual Property
Law Teachers’ Conference, Johannesburg University, in November 2008.
“Landlessness and the Rule of Law” – Paper read at the Oxford Round Table conference on the
Rule of Law, Harris Manchester College, Oxford University, in August 2008.
"The Influence of 'Civic Responsibility' on the Interference Parameter of Private Property: A
German/South African Comparison" – Presentation to the Society for Advanced Legal Studies held
at the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, London, in September 2007; adapted for the
Annual Conference of the Society of Legal Scholars, held at Durham University in September
2007.
"Constitutional Property Protection at the Intersection of Civic Responsibility and Public Purpose" Presentation at the Annual Introductory Meeting of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation,
University of Munich, in February 2007
“Beyond Richtersveld or: The Parameters of Restitution in Policy, Legislation and Case Law” –
Presentation at the US-HSRC-PLAAS Conference entitled Land, Memory, Reconstruction and
Abstracts and CVs
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Justice: Perspectives on Land Restitution in South Africa, Houw-hoek, in September 2006;
extended and repeated at Reading University School of Law Staff Seminar, in December 2006.
“The Unavoidable Task: The Need for Formalizing Apartment Ownership in China” - Presentation
with L. Chen at Third Annual Conference of the Asian Law Institute, East-China University of
Politics and Law, Shanghai, in May 2006.
“Die Samehang tussen Artikel 25 en Artikel 26 van die Grondwet in die Konteks van Uitsettings” Presentation with J.M. Pienaar at Annual Property Law Teachers’ Conference, Johannesburg
University, in November 2005.
“The South African Land Reform Programme: An Overview” – Presentation as Podium Speaker in
African Land Reform Colloquium of the Gesellschaft für Afrikanische Philosophie, Werkstatt der
Kulturen, Berlin, in October 2005.
“The Constitutionality of the Communal Land Rights Act” – Presentation with E. Johnson at Annual
Property Law Teachers’ Conference, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, in November
2004.
“The Constitutionality of the Mineral and Petroleum Law Order” – Presentation with P.J. Badenhorst
at Special Meeting of Local Property Law Lecturers, University of Cape Town, in September
2004.
“Ten years of South Africa’s new land law: Road to Riches or Boulevard of Broken Dreams?” Special
lecture during the Mordenate Collegium (Leiden University) visit to Stellenbosch, in June 2004.
“Writing for Publication” - Participation in Panel Discussion: Centre for Higher Education,
Stellenbosch, in May 2004.
“Communal Title to Land and the Efficacy of Legislative Intervention for Tenure Security and Access
to Land” - Presentation held with J.M. Pienaar at the Fifth Biennial Property Law Conference,
University of Reading, UK, in March 2004.
“Recent Developments in Constitutional Property: Germany” - Presentation held for the work group
of constitutional property, at University of Reading, UK, in March 2004.
“Issues Surrounding the Acknowledgement of Burial Rights in South Africa” - Presentation held with
Pienaar, J, at the University of Aberdeen, UK, in March 2004.
“Land Ownership and Law Reform in South Africa: and Overview with Specific Focus on Restitution”
- Presentation held in Law & Policy Series of the University College Cork, Republic of Ireland, in
March 2004.
“The Constitutional Court decision in Richtersveld v Alexkor” - Presentation held in weekly seminar
series of the Max Planck Institute for Public International Law, Heidelberg, Germany, in
January 2004.
“Nhlabathi v Fick: the Content, Nature and Constitutionality of Burial Rights” - Presentation held with
J.M. Pienaar at Annual Property Law Teachers' Colloquium, UNISA, Pretoria, in October 2003.
“Native Communality and the Richtersveld People’s Title to Land” – Presentation held at the Critical
Legal Conference, Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg, in September 2003.
“Legal Issues Surrounding the Richtersveld Community's Title to Land” - Presentation held at
Workshop on Aboriginal Title and Legal Foundation, Stellenbosch University, in May 2003.
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“The Rule of Law and Development in South African Land Law” - Presentation held at Annual
Spring Conference of the European Law Research Centre, Harvard Law School, Cambridge
MA, USA in April 2003.
“Liberty, Social Responsibility and Fairness in the Context of Constitutional Property Protection and
Regulation” - Presentation held at Colloquium in honour of Frank Michelman, Pretoria, in
January 2003.
“The Implications of the decision in FNB v SARS for the doctrine of Constructive Expropriation” Presentation held at Annual Property Law Teachers' Colloquium, , Stellenbosch University in
November 2002.
“Eradicating Poverty by Promoting Access to Land: Alternatives to the Registration Procedure” Panel presentation, Seminar on Poverty, Land Reform, Development and Environment,
Stellenbosch University, in May 2002.
“Charting National Receptions before 1945: South Africa” - Formal Participation in Plenary Round
Table, Annual Spring Conference of the European Law Research Centre, Harvard Law School,
Cambridge MA, USA in April 2002.
“The Diversification of Land Rights and its Implications for a New Land Law in South Africa” Presentation held at the Fourth Biennial Property Law Conference, University of Reading, UK,
in March 2002.
“Die Invloed van die Grondwetlike Eiendomsklousule op die Eiendomskonsep in die SuidAfrikaanse Reg” - Presentation held at Conference "Ius Commune: Zuid-Afrikaanse en Europese
Perspectieven" held by Stellenbosch University and the Ius Commune Research School of the
Universities of Maastricht, Utrecht and Leuven, at Stellenbosch in February 2002.
“The Alienation of Rights of Exclusive Use in Sectional Title Law - An Appraisal of Problems relating
to Dealings with Outsiders” - Presentation held at Annual Property Law Teachers' Conference at
Potchefstroom University for CHE in September 2001.
“The Decision of the Land Claims Court in the case of the Richtersveld Community” - Presentation
held at Max Planck Institute (Heidelberg, Germany), in June 2001.
“The Richtersveld Decision: Promoting Reconciliation or effecting Division?” - Presentation held at
seminar on Land Reform under the auspices of RULCI (Stellenbosch University), June 2001.
“Comments on issues of Land Restitution” - Panel Commentator, Annual Spring Conference:
European Law Research Centre, Harvard Law School (Cambridge MA, USA) in March 2001.
“The Constitutional State, the Social State and the Property Clause” - Presentation held at annual
RULCI Colloquium (Stellenbosch University), in August 2000.
“The Relevance of Constitutional Protection and Regulation of Property for the Private Law of
Ownership in South Africa and in Germany” - Presentation held at Max Planck Institute
(Heidelberg, Germany), in June 2000.
“The Constitutional Limitation of Ownership in the Public Interest: Lessons for South Africa from
German Case Law” - Presentation held at RULCI meeting (University of the Western Cape) in
April 1999.
“Constitutionally Inspired Limitations on the South African Concept of Ownership” - Presentation
held at the Max Planck Institute (Heidelberg, Germany), in January 1999.
Abstracts and CVs
39. A. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES & ACTIVITIES: University of Cape Town
(2008 - present)
Course Name
Description
RDL2002H
Compulsory introductory course in basic
Property Law.
(Level: Preliminary II)
RDL5023X/RDL54
23H
Elective final-year research course in Land
Law
RDL6017F
Elective course offered as part of SALS (LLM
by coursework) programme.
Property Law
Research Focus
Group: Land Law
Comparative
Land Law
Duties
Course design and administration; compilation
of reading material and study guide;
development of tutoring programme and
training of tutors; lecturing, tutoring
examination and assessment; provision of
general student support and advice.
Course design and administration; compilation
of reading material and study guide;
supervision of individual research projects,
examination and assessment; provision of
general student support and advice.
Course design and administration; compilation
of reading material and study guide; lecturing,
examining and assessment; provision of
research supervision; general student support
and advice.
B. VISITING LECTURES
2003-2009
2007
1999 – 2001
Visiting Lectures: Legal aspects of property valuation; University of Stellenbosch
(South Africa): B Com (Hon) course in Property Valuation.
Visiting Lectures: Land Law and the Constitution: University of Aberdeen, University
of Baltimore-Maryland Summer School in Comparative Law; Aberdeen (United
Kingdom).
Seminar series: Law and Language, Ruprecht-Karls University; Institute for
European Corporate Law; Heidelberg (Germany)
C. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES & ACTIVITIES: Stellenbosch University (20012008)
Course Name
Description
Private Law 271
Compulsory introductory course in basic
Property Law, presented on second-year
level.
Roman Law 271
Compulsory course in historical foundations
of Law. Focus on Property Law principles.
(Property Law)
(Property Law)
Presented on second-year level.
Duties
Course design and
administration; compilation of
reading material and study
guide; development of tutoring
programme and training of
tutors; lecturing, examining
and assessment; provision of
general student support and
advice.
Course design and
administration; compilation of
reading material and study
guide; development of tutoring
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Private Law
361/475
Elective course in advanced aspects of
Property Law, focusing on Development.
Land Registration, Land Reform and
Constitutional Property Law. Presented on
third-year as well as final-year level.
Course design and
administration; compilation of
reading material and study
guide; lecturing, examining and
assessment; provision of
general student support and
advice.
Private Law 451
Elective course in advanced aspects of
Property Law, focusing on Apartment
Ownership and alternatives to conventional
landownership. Presented on final-year level.
LLM Module:
Comparative
Sectional Title
Law
Elective course presented as part of the LLM
by coursework. Legal-comparative Analysis
of Apartment Ownership Law. Post-graduate
level.
Course design and
administration; compilation of
reading material and study
guide; conducting of seminars;
examining and assessment;
provision of research
supervision; general student
support and advice.
(Advanced
Property Law)
(Sectional Titles,
Share Blocks and
Time-sharing)
programme and training of
tutors; lecturing, examining
and assessment; provision of
general student support and
advice.
Course design and
administration; compilation of
reading material and study
guide; lecturing, examining and
assessment; provision of
research supervision; general
student support and advice.
Abstracts and CVs
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DOES STATUTORY REGULATION OF THE HOME
BUILDER/HOUSING CONSUMER RELATIONSHIP IN SOUTH
AFRICA PROTECT USERS OF LOW-VALUE HOUSING?
Prof. Hanri MostertÉ
BA LLB LLM LLD (Stell)
Professor of Law, University of Cape Town, South Africa
The paper focuses on the South African Housing Consumers’ Protection
Measures Act 95 of 1998, and reviews the measures in place to deal with
the builder’s liability for defects.
The Housing Consumer Protection Measures Act provides protection
against work of an unacceptable quality or standard; and/or builders who
refuse to get involved in the rectification of built-in defects in the houses
that they have built. It does so by providing certain measures to ensure
quality construction; and by creating the National Home Builders’
Registration Council (NHBRC) to act as watchdog. The housing consumer
is hereby protected by several mechanisms against building defects; and
disputes with the home builder.
Though the Act introduced laudable protective mechanisms for housing
consumers, it has not gone far enough to deal with the challenges facing
housing consumers. The paper outlines the deficiencies of the Act in this
regard. It then focuses specifically on the applicability of the Act in the
context of the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP); aimed
to address socio-economic problems brought about by poverty and
shortfalls in social services.
The goals of the RDP are outlined and the challenges faced, namely poor
quality construction and the possibility of corruption, are explored. The
flaws in RDP houses and in the RDP programme are particularly alarming
when viewed against the mechanisms provided by the Housing Consumer
Protection Measures Act. Given the apparent strict protective measures of
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the Act, the current situation, where thousands of RDP houses do not meet
the standard and basic requirements set by the Act exposes the weaknesses
of the Council and attests to the weakness of the Act’s requirements in the
face of the flaws of government: be that the concerning lack of
thoroughness and responsibility in overseeing the fulfillment of tenders in
the construction business; or the far worse and even more alarming
possibility that government is corruptible, and that at the expense of the
poor. The efficacy of the Act’s sanctions must also be doubted in this
context.
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The Impact of ICSID award in desert line case
State’s liability for lack of security in construction contract
Dr. Amal Abdallah
Assistant professor of commercial law- SQU-College of law
The Article dealing with the attitude of ICSID tribunals concerning the
liability of host state for damages suffered by foreign investors due to lack
of security over its territory.
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Republic of Yemen)– an Award rendered on February 6, 2008 ,
concerning a construction contract concluded between an Omani contractor
and the Republic of Yemen.
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types of risk. In its award of Desert Line Projects LLC v. The Republic of
Yemen ICSID tribunal considered the responsibility of host state for lack
of security in construction contract .
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relationship between investors and Arab host states in construction
contracts through three main points.
I-Construction contracts as investment before ICSID tribunal
II-Tribunal’s position concerning the provision of fork on the road :
III-possibility of compensated moral damages of investors.
As a conclusion ,the article consider the award as an alarm bell for
Arab countries members in ISCID convention.Negative effects of lack of
security , on the territories of these states my not only discourage the
investors to take the decision of investment in those countries. they may
find themselves obliged to compensate companies all types of damages
(even moral one) incurred on their territories. Host states are no longer in
the driving seat ,even after the investor stated on their territories with his
capital.
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Name: Ahmed Ali Khalil.
Date of Birth: 03/08/1953
Place of Birth: Alexandria
Nationality: Egyptian
Marital Status: Married
Current Position: Professor at Faculty of Sharia and Law, UAE University
Address: Faculty of Sharia & Law, UAE University, Al-Ain,
P.O. Box: 15551. UAE,
Phone: 00971 50 2337268, Fax: 00971 3 7541226
E-mail: [email protected]
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:
1- Bachelor of Law, Alexandria University 1975, Grade: very good.
2- Diploma in Private Law, Alexandria University 1977, Grade: excellent.
3- Diploma in Public Law, Alexandria University 1978, Grade: very good.
4- Diploma in Private Law, France 1981.
5- Ph.D. in Private Law (Law of Procedures), Grenoble University, France,
1987, Grade: very good with honour.
6- Alexandria University's Prize in Scientific creation, 1996.
WORK EXPERIENCE:
1- Assistant Lecturer, Alexandria University, (1976-1987).
2- Lecturer of Commercial & Civil Procedures Law (1987-1995).
4- Assistant Professor of Commercial & Civil Procedures Law (1995-2001).
5- Professor of Commercial & Civil Procedures Law (2001 – up to now).
Abstracts and CVs
6- Head of Commercial & Civil Procedures Law Department (2003-2005).
7- Executive Manager of Legal Studies and Researchs Center, Faculty of Law,
Alexandria University (2005).
OTHER INFORMATION:
- Working as a professor in Beirut University, Lebanon (1991-1995) (19992003).
- Visiting professor, Beirut University (2004-2005).
- Participating in different conferences held in Alexandria University, Ain
Shams and Beirut University.
- Professor at Faculty of Sharia and Law, UAE University (2005 - up to now).
2/2 PUBLICATIONS:
1- Rectification of Judgments, Ph.D thesis, France, 1987.
2- Law of lawyers, in French, 1988.
3- Law of Forced Execution in Egypt.
4- Law of Commercial & Civil Procedures.
5- Principles of Civil Trial in Lebanese Law.
6- Principles of Forced Execution in Lebanon.
7- Arbitration Law in Lebanese Law.
8- Execution Stopping Petition before Execution Court and Challenge Courts,
1994.
9- Forced Expulsion Right and its Procedures System, 1994.
10- Litigation on one degree and three degrees in Lebanese Law, 1994.
11- The Contradiction between Judicial Judgments, published research in
Economic and Legal Research Law Review, Alexandrian University, vol. 1,
1997.
12- Principle of Confrontation and its Role in Forced Execution, a Study for
the Obligation of Information in the Procedural Law, published research
in Economic and Legal Research Law Review, vol. 1, 1998.
13- The Legal System of Multiple Executions, a Study of the Independence of
Execution and Unification of Procedures, published research in Economic
and Legal Research Law Review, vol. 2, 1999.
14- The Challenge against the Arbitration Award in accordance with the
Lebanese Law, published research in Legal studies journal, Beruit
University, vol. 4, January 2000.
15- Specialization of litigation in Personal Status Affairs in accordance with
Egyptian Law no1 of 2000, published research in Legal studies journal,
Beruit University, vol. 5, July 2000.
16- Specialization of litigation in Labour Disputes in accordance with Unified
Labour Law, published research in Legal studies journal, Beruit
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Alternative disputes resolution to litigation in civil
engineering construction contract
Prof. Ahmed Said Khalil
Private Law Department, College of Law, UAE University
The disputes between contractor and owner do not mean a final
separation between the both parties. The relation between both parties'
remains situated and the contract remains sometimes under execution. Both
parties of the relation try to settle the disputes in a friendly way without
considering arbitration or courts which could put end to their relation.
For this purpose, the study will treat the following:
- The legal adaptation of the conciliation board as the consultant
engineer decision.
- The binding power of such decision,
- Decision execution mechanisms in FIDIC contracts under the UAE
laws,
- The harmony between the applicable procedures in FIDIC contract
forms and the applicable procedures in disputes resolution and
conciliation.
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Study in the light of the International Federation of
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Lecturer, College of Law, Mansora University, Egypt
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contracts. In this direction, the study will treat the definition of FICDIC
contracts (First chapter) and the mechanisms followed to settle disputes
raised from it (Second Chapter).
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economic necessity or legal colonisation? Int. J. Liability and Scientific Enquiry,
VoL.3,Nos.1/2,2010.
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commercial arbitration rules. (Unpublished, Master dissertation). Leeds university.
Faculty of Law.Uk.
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awards) are recognizable and enforceable under English law.ICFAI Journal of Alternative
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teaching International Business Transactions law (Yarmouk University Faculty of Law
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School, Hamburg, Germany.
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Comparative Study. Proceedings of the 10th Mediterranean Research Meeting.
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world: What have we learned from each other? What can we learn from each other?
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Commercial Arbitral Awards under English and Jordanian Arbitral Rules. Accepted fpr
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Disputes resolutions mechanisms in building and
construction contracts: the negotiation as a solution and the
arbitration as a resolution – comparative study between the
old and the recent FIDIC contract rules
Dr. Lafi Mohamed Dararkeh
College of Law – Yarmook University – Jordan.
This paper deals with the method of resolving disputes arising from
construction contracts, especially FIDIC. In the light of FIDIC rules, disputes
arising from construction contracts are settled through two steps. The first,
through amicable way by engineer or by Dispute Adjudication Board negotiating
to resolve the disputes. second through arbitration to resolve the disputes by
issuing a binding decision. This paper dealt with the subject in a comparison way
between FIDIC Rules of 1987, which depend on the consultant engineer, and
FIDIC rules of 1999, which depend on the Dispute Adjudication Board. It also
makes references to some Arabic (including Dubai)and Foreign Countries'
judicial applications that concern with the subjects of this paper.
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The Hong Kong Rules of government Mediation for settling
the engineering and construction disputes and whether it
can be applied in the United Arab Emirates
Dr. Adel Al louzi
Assistant Professor –College of Law-Sultan Qaboos University – Oman
This study examines the Hong Kong mediation rules for solving disputes in
the engineering construction and building contracts (The Law of 1999 amended in
2003). This study demonstrates the efficiency of these rules in solving disputes in
this area in a quick way and how such methods overcome problems that may arise
during the execution of such contracts. To reach such conclusion, this study has
examined the definition of mediation as a method for solving disputes arise in
construction and building contracts and differentiate between this method and
other similar methods such as reconciliation and arbitration. Also an explanation
of mediation procedures has been examined.
This study concludes that the Hong Kong Mediation rules in solving disputes
of construction and building contracts can be applied in the United Arab Emirates
(UAE). Parties can agree to make mediation as a perquisite method in solving
issues in the construction and ensure building contracts to be fulfilled. This may
return to the fact that this method is a suitable way to ensure fulfillment of such
contracts and problems may arise during the contract period can be resolved
easily by such method. In addition this method by its quick nature in solving
issues will not affect the implementation of building projects in comparison with
solving such issues by courts or even through the arbitration.
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L’avenir de l’arbitrage de protection des investissements dans
les contentieux des contrats internationaux de construction.
The Future of Arbitration of Investment Protection in the
Disputes of International Construction Contracts
Abdullah M. ALDMOUR
Résumé
L’objet de cette communication est d’attirer l’attention sur la relation entre
les contentieux des contrats internationaux de construction et l’arbitrage
dirigé sous l’égide du CIRDI (Centre International pour le Règlement des
différends relatifs aux Investissement). La question fondamentale dans
cette communication est de savoir à quelles conditions un contrat de
construction peut bénéficier des dispositions relatives au règlement des
litiges prévues dans les traités internationaux, surtout lorsque les questions
litigieuses sont de nature purement contractuelle qui font souvent l'objet
d'un arbitrage commercial institutionnel tel que l’arbitrage(CCI) en vertu
d'une clause FIDIC (par exemple).
Summary
The purpose of this communication is to draw attention to the relationship
between the litigation of international construction contracts and arbitration
conducted under the auspices of ICSID (International Center for Settlement of
Investment Disputes). The fundamental question in this communication is, under
what conditions a construction contract can benefit from the provisions relating to
the settlement of disputes, provided for in international treaties, especially when
the issues are purely contractual and often subject to commercial arbitration
institutions For example, arbitration (ICC) under FIDIC clause.
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Yvon DESDEVISES
Né le 29 septembre 1945 à Mauron (Morbihan)
Marié depuis le 21 mars 1970, 3 enfants
Domicilié 381, rue de Saint Mars 44240 Sucé sur
Erdre
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[email protected]
2 – Titres universitaires
1964 Baccalauréat, série philosophie
1968 Licence en droit (ancien régime)
1969 D.E.S. Droit Privé, Faculté de droit de Nantes Mention Bien
1970 D.E.S Sciences criminelles, Faculté de droit de Rennes
Mention Bien
1973 Doctorat d’Etat en droit, Faculté de droit de Rennes
Mention Très Bien
3 – Carrière universitaire
1969-1973 : Assistant de droit privé
1974-1975 : Chargé de cours
1976-1984 : Maître-assistant puis chargé de conférences
depuis 1985 : Professeur
1991/1992 : année sabbatique à l’Intitute of Advanced Legal
Studies Russel Square LONDRES
4 – Responsabilités particulières Administration
Directeur de l’Institut d’études judiciaires : de 1982 à 1990, puis de 1996
à 2001
Assesseur du Doyen, responsable des programmes Erasmus : 1988-1991
Doyen : 1993-1996
Membre du conseil de gestion
Pédagogie
Membre du jury de l’agrégation du secondaire « Economie et gestion »
(1988)
Directeur et Président du jury de la Maîtrise et, (à compter de l’année
2004) du Master 1 Carrières judiciaires et sciences criminelles
Directeur du DEA de Droit privé (1999-2004)
Responsable des Masters –2 de la mention Droit privé
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Président du jury de l’examen d’entrée dans un CRPPA
Président du jury du CAPA (Centre régional de formation professionnelle
d’avocats de Rennes).
Membre du jury de l’examen national d’accès à la profession d’huissier
de justice
Responsabilités scientifiques
Membre du conseil scientifique des revues Droit et Procédures Revue
juridique de l’Ouest Membre du conseil des l’Ecoles Doctorales » Droit et
société » puis DEGEST (Droit, Economie, GEstion, Société et
Territoires).
Membre de la commission formation du Conseil National des Barreaux (
2003-2005) Contrat d’encadrement doctoral en cours depuis 1990,
Thèses dirigées et soutenues : 15 Thèses dirigées en cours : 3
Directeur de l’Institut de Recherche en Droit Privé (Equipe d’accueil
1166) 2006-2009
5 – Centres d’intérêts scientifiques.
Ouvrages, publications régulières dans les revues et les encyclopédies
juridiques des Editions Dalloz et LexisNexis, organisation, interventions
et participations à des colloques en France et à l’étranger principalement
dans les disciplines suivantes :
-Organisation judiciaire
-Procédure civile et modes de règlement des litiges
-Procédures civiles d’exécution
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Solving disputes arising from buildings.
Prof. Ivon Dezdavize
Professor in Private Law - College of Law
Nantes University – France
Owning a house for their personal use has become common in the
present society.
The prospective owner enters into various agreements with the
promoter, the banker, the constructor and the land owner. There is every
possibility of arising disputes between them. Under French Law such
disputes could be resolved through adjudication and ADR methods. This
research paper examines various such methods.
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The Resolution of Construction Contract Payment Disputes in the
Western Australian Construction Industry Through Security of
Payment Legislation
Dr Phil Evans
Adjunct Professor School of Law
Murdoch University Perth Western Australia
The construction industry is one of the most dynamic sectors of the
Australian national economy. The response of the industry to trends and
fluctuations in the market demand is significant. In time of high
construction activity, legal claims arise from hasty contract formation,
inadequate documentation, poor workmanship and claims for extensions of
time and extras. In times of low demand legal claims arise in situations
where contractors attempt to generate low profits through claims arising
from latent site conditions, variations and extras under the contract.
The resolution of construction disputes, especially those relating to
payment claims, are notoriously time consuming and expensive. These
disputes are often founded in or exacerbated by misunderstandings
between the parties as to their respective rights and obligations. There is
also often a significant power imbalance between principal and head
contractor or head contractor and sub contractor.
Prior to the introduction of Security of Payment legislation in Australia,
when there has been a dispute over payment for construction work done or
materials supplied, the person who has done the work or supplied the
materials has been at a distinct disadvantage. They were faced with the
prospect of a lengthy and time consuming task in attempting to obtain
payment for work for which they were legitimately entitled by seeking
payment under the common law procedures.
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Abstracts and CVs
CONSTRUCTION DISPUTE AVOIDANCE
Prof. Mihd Akram Bin Shair Mohamed
LLB, Ph.D Barrister at Law
Advocate and Solicitor, High Court (Malaya)/
Dean Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws
International Islamic University Malaysia
It is widely acknowledged that the construction industry, particularly in
the common law jurisdictions, including Malaysia, has deeply ingrained
adversarial attitudes. There is also a general consensus that the seeking of
advice and action from lawyers is embarked upon readily. While a
relatively small number of these legal disputes actually reach formal court
hearings, the culture of conflict seems to be embedded, and the tendency
towards litigiousness is sadly growing. These disputes and conflicts have
taken their toll on morale and team spirit.
Dispute resolution mechanisms like adjudication, mediation,
conciliation, arbitration and litigations, are not only about passing of
money between parties or agreeing the solution to a technical problem. It
is about reducing the risk of damaging relationships, disrupting teamwork
and joint collaboration between parties who disagree, in the interest of the
client and the successful completion of the project.
This can be best achieved if the relevant parties seriously consider
agreeing on contractual relationship that conduce to dispute avoidance,
preempt disputes.
This paper set out ideas for consideration as to the ways which promote
the avoidance of potential construction dispute.