This book resulted from the rising need to provide complementary insights about the institutional framework in which the European private law (EPL) has been established. Although constitutional lawyers may have already addressed this task, it is also important that private lawyers participate in related efforts so that the relation between the content of the EPL and the nature of rule-making may be further reinforced. While this said framework is comprised with European and national level institutions that influence the processes involved in establishing private law, and since law-making is perceived to be a dynamic process, it is important to note that the substantive rules and the production process are may be connected in several different integral ways since the quality and content may easily be affected.
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