Cheshire and North's Private International Law
The new edition has been substantially updated to offer an up-to-date and authoritative account of the law in this rapidly changing field. As well as general updating, the chapter on Torts has been completely rewritten and the growing importance of the law of restitution has led to the inclusion of a new separate chapter on the private international law aspects of this significant field of the law of obligations. The major developments in the law on jurisdiction and the recognition of foreign judgements have also been fully discussed.
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Abduction abroad action affd agreement apply arbitration Article 17 Article 5(1 Bank Briggs Brussels Convention choice of law Civil Jurisdiction claimant CMLR Conflict of Laws Contracting Corpn Court of Appeal Court of Justice damages decision defendant is domiciled DLR 4th doctrine domicil domicil of choice domicil of origin enforcement England English court English law exclusive jurisdiction Fam Law foreign law forum non conveniens governing habitual residence Hague Recueil House of Lords I L Pr ICLQ injunction Insurance Jurisdiction and Judgments jurisdiction clause law rules LJ Ch Lloyd's Rep LS Gaz Lugano Convention matter Modified Convention op.cit parties person plaintiff principle private international law procedure proceedings provision question recognition relation renvoi Schlosser Report seised Shipping Statutes sub nom substance supra tort United Kingdom