Category: Civil Law and the Court


Change of Circumstances and Judicial Power: A European Perspective of Contract Law

An obligation should always be performed, even when its performance has become more onerous. However, if the performance of a contractual obligation has become extremely onerous because of an exceptional change of circumstances, the answer must be different. This paper discusses how the judicial power deals with changes of circumstances in long-term contracts. There are


Establishment of Economic Courts in Egypt

No one can deny that “the phenomenon of the slow pace of litigation” expands to include all wings of the judicial system , civil , criminal , and administrative issues. And extends deeper to affect all categories of litigants: rich and poor, men and women. To paint a dark picture of what could be called