Agency: unification of material law and of conflict rules

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Feb 1, 1985 - Law - 376 pages
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Contents

Prefatory remarks
19
Problem areas in the material law of agency
45
Conflict problems in transnational agency
78
Second Part The unification process and its outcome
102
The principaPs role in the agents contract
111
Liability of the unauthorized agent
120
An appraisal
129
Notes
159
La reconnaissance et lexecution des sentences arbitrales etrangeres
169
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176
Introduction La cooperation internationale pour la recon
179
Problemes relatifs au champ dapplication des conventions
193
decisions arbi
208
Criteres relatifs a la chronologie de la decision par rapport
215
La troisieme generation des droits de Phomme par D URIBE
355
Copyright

Bibliography
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