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Les défaillances d’État (Volume 53)

(17,399 words)

Author(s): Jèze, Gaston
Jèze, Gaston Keywords: International contracts | Gold clause | Currency depreciation | Law of contracts | Mots clefs: Contrats internationaux | Clause or | Dépréciation des monnaies | Droit des obligations | ABSTRACT The failure of the State, for public loan contracts (domestic loans or external loans), is a current problem, writes Gaston Jeze in 1935. At the present moment, except a few small States (Switzerland, Holland), all the others have more or less seriously missed their commitments. It is certainly, continues the autho…

La clause-or dans les contrats publics et privés (Volume 60)

(43,612 words)

Author(s): Sauser-Hall, Georges
Sauser-Hall, Georges Keywords: International contracts | Gold clause | Currency depreciation | Law of contracts | Mots clefs: Contrats internationaux | Clause or | Dépréciation des monnaies | Droit des obligations | ABSTRACT Georges Sauser-Hall proposes a systematic study of the issue of the gold clause in contracts, at a time when the issue is of crucial importance. The author begins with a presentation of the legal nature of the gold clause, next focuses on the fight against the gold clause and on the conflicts of laws on the…

Le droit monétaire dans les relations privées internationales (Volume 160)

(23,633 words)

Author(s): Malaurie, Philippe
Malaurie, Philippe Keywords: Currencies | Private international law | Gold clause | Mots clefs: Monnaies | Droit international privé | Clause or | ABSTRACT According to Philippe Malaurie, there are three reasons for reviving the issue of Monetary Law in International Private Relations: the crisis of the conflict rule, the crisis of the international monetary system, and contemporary practice. In this course, the author examines the concept of a foreign currency, the clauses referring to a single foreign currency, and multicurrency obligations. Selon Philippe Malaurie, trois r…

La clause-or dans les contrats internationaux (Volume 43)

(34,990 words)

Author(s): Nussbaum, Arthur
Nussbaum, Arthur Keywords: International contracts | Gold clause | Currency depreciation | Law of contracts | Mots clefs: Contrats internationaux | Clause or | Dépréciation des monnaies | Droit des obligations | ABSTRACT Gold Clause (Clause-Or) means a contractual agreement by which a debtor of sums of money pledges to pay gold coins or a sum corresponding to the value of a determined quantity of gold, explains Arthur Nussbaum. The author studies this clause by starting to distinguish other similar agreements. He then focuses o…