Twenty years following the introduction of the euro as single European currency, it remains unclear whether Article 128 of the TFEU enshrines an autonomous concept of legal tender with regard to the euro or whether the provision merely refers to pre-existing concepts of legal tender in the national laws of member states. This work collects all contributions to the 2018 conference "The Euro as Legal Tender" held in Frankfurt-am-Main.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Frontmatter Introduction Contents Monetary Aspects of the Euro as Single European Currency a German Perspective The Euro as Legal Tender from an Italian Perspective The concept of legal tender in France Legal Tender under English Law American Legal Tender Rules and Risk Allocation The Euro as Legal Tender from an Austrian perspective The Euro in German (private) law monetary obligations and the mutual dependence of public and private law Contributors
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