Private International Law: The Soviet Approach

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Feb 26, 1988 - Law - 261 pages
A hands-on approach to the privatization process in Eastern Europe, divided into the following categories: Guidelines for Foreign Purchasers of State Enterprises A Business Survival Guide for Getting Things Done in Kiev Critical Challenges of Capital Formation The Greenfield Approach to Privatization Vouchers & their Practical Use Detailed Analysis of the Particulars of the Privatization Procedures in Russia, Ukraine, Poland, the Czech Republic & Slovakia, & Hungary. Furthermore, Privatization in Eastern Europe includes a list of all privatization laws.
 

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Contents

The Content of Private International Law
8
The Nature of the Rules of Private International Law and
15
The System of Private International Law
22
Domestic Legislation
35
Judicial and Arbitral Practice
43
Bourgeois Doctrines of the Period of Imperialism
50
The System of Conflicts Rules
59
The Doctrine of Public Policy
66
The Material Law Norms of Foreign Trade Purchase and Sale
150
Contracts in the Field of ScientificTechnical Collaboration
156
COPYRIGHT LAW
163
Multilateral Agreements in the Field of Copyright
169
THE LAW OF INVENTIONS AND PATENTS
175
Licenses for Inventions and KnowHow
182
FAMILY LAW
189
The Dissolution of Marriage
195

Reciprocity and Retortion
72
THE CIVIL LAW STATUS OF FOREIGNERS
77
Civil Law Capacity of Soviet Citizens Abroad
84
Foreign Legal Persons in the USSR
92
Mixed Companies with the Participation of Soviet
100
THE LEGAL STATUS OF A STATE AS
107
The Legal Regime of Civil Law Transactions Carried Out by
114
The Application Abroad of Laws on Nationalization
122
The Legal Regulation of Foreign Investments in Developing
130
THE LAW OF OBLIGATIONS
139
Guardianship and Curatorship
201
THE LAW OF SUCCESSION
203
EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS
211
Social Benefits
218
The Right to Judicial Defense and the Civil Procedural Rights
224
The Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments of Foreign
232
THE EXAMINATION OF DISPUTES
239
Arbitral Consideration of Disputes Between Organizations
248
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