Firstly, the Community acquis provides a solid basis for the formation of contracts, by the principle of contractual freedom and by the principle that the agreement is essential for the binding nature of the parties. From the brief early excursion into this developing legal field, one can draw four important conclusions: You can also search for this author in PubMed Google Scholar: 1-300, 301-600, 601-900, . Результатов: 135. Точных совпадений: 135. This is a preview of the content of the subscription, log in to check the access. Finally, the acquis allows for an important role in advertising, labelling and other similar public statements, since it appeals to its notion of binding effect of pre-contract declarations. This approach can be extended to other types of contracts within the framework of a more coherent future European contract law. Schulze, R. The conclusion of the contract. ERA Forum 7, 26-35 (2006). doi.org/10.1007/s12027-006-0051-7 second, existing EU legislation recognises the model of contract formation through supply and acceptance (although the details of this mechanism are not defined in the acquis). ERA Forum Band 7, Pages26-35 (2006) Quote this article Third, in the acquis has developed a new instrument to protect the weaker parties in particular situations: the right of retraction.