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Force Majeure in Libyan Law: Current Issues

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Abstract Force majeure is undoubtedly recognized as an instrument of Libyan law. In Libyan law, the legal regime of force majeure is marked by specific features not found in other legal systems based at least in part on Roman–Germanic legal tradition.

Affiliations: 1: Law School Sorbonne, Paris France

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2012-01-01
2016-09-27

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