Conflict of Laws

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Cavendish, 1999 - Law - 652 pages
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The coming into force of the Brussels Convention on Jurisdiction and Judgements in 1987, the Rome Convention in 1991, which replaces the common law rules applicable to international contracts, and the Private International Law Act 1995 have radically altered the English approach to conflict of laws. This book introduces conflict of laws to newcomers and to those who need to keep up with the changes. The text considers the problems and the possibilities of conflict adjudication before examining the major areas of conflict law: jurisdication and the recognition of judgements, the law of obligations, family law and the law of property.

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