The European Property Law Journal (EPLJ) focuses on both private and public law aspects of land, movables, claims and so-called new objects of property law, such as "virtual" property. Articles are based upon comparative legal analysis and examine property law from an European perspective. This includes not only the multidisciplinary study of property law and the effects of the EU internal market on the national property law systems, but also the philosophical and ideological aspects of property law.
Current articles include:
- Bram Akkermans, The Functional Method in Comparative and European Property Law
- Functional Method in Comparative Law – Much Ado About Nothing? (2013)
- Wolfgang Faber, Functional method of comparative law and argumentation analysis in the field of transfers of movables: Can they contribute to each other?
- Arthur F Salomons, Comparative law and the quest for optimal rules on the transfer of movables for Europe
- Christine Godt, The functional comparative method in European Property Law
- Sjef van Erp, The functional comparative method in European Property Law – C Godt: Some comments
- Bram Akkermans, The use of the functional method in European Union property law