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Statutes On The Conflict Of Laws

Author: Martin George
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 178225207X
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Statutes on the Conflict of Laws provides students with the principal, current EU and UK legislation encountered in the study of private international law in one clear and easy-to-use volume. The legislation is not annotated, enabling the book to be used in examinations. It has been structured and designed so that students can find the material they need quickly and efficiently, with a table of contents organised chronologically by source type, and alphabetical index.

Core Statutes On Conflict Of Laws

Author: Emmanuel Maganaris
Publisher: Palgrave
ISBN: 9781352003413
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Well-selected and authoritative, Palgrave Core Statutes provide the key materials needed by students in a format that is clear, compact and very easy to use. They are ideal for use in exams. This book includes: European Union legislation including the Rome I and II Regulations and the Brussels Regulation (recast) The New York, Lugano and Hague Conventions UK statutes, including the Private International Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1995, State Immunity Act 1978, and Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982

Bartolus On The Conflict Of Laws

Author: Bartolo (of Sassoferrato)
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
ISBN: 1584772948
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Beale, Joseph Henry. Bartolus on the Conflict of Laws. Translated into English by Joseph Henry Beale. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1914. 86 pp. Reprinted 2003 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2002038864. ISBN 1-58477-294-8. Cloth. $65. * Probably the first doctrine on the conflict of laws, this is a portion of Bartolus' commentary on Justinian's Code and its glosses, his Super Primam et Secundam Partem Codicis Commentaria. Copied often in manuscript, it appeared in print in 1471. It takes into account local customs and statutes, and contains what may be the first clear recognition of the principle that the lex loci governs the validity of a legal act. Bartolus also appreciated the distinction between laws effective only within the territory and laws that might have operation outside the territory, a distinction that assumed great importance in later continental writings on the subject. One of the great medieval commentators, Bartolus di Sassoferrato [1313-1357] was a professor of law at the University of Perugia. His authority as an expositor of Roman law was immense, and it endured for centuries. A practical lawyer, Bartolus attempted to derive principles suitable to his time from the accumulated layers of local, feudal and Roman law.

Private International Law And The Retrospective Operation Of Statutes

Author: Friedrich Karl von Savigny
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
ISBN: 1584773677
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Savigny, Friedrich Carl von. Private International Law, and the Retrospective Operation of Statutes: A Treatise On the Conflict of Laws, and the Limits of Their Operation in Respect to Place and Time. Translated, With Notes, by William Guthrie. With an Appendix Containing the Treatises of Bartolus, Molinaeus, Paul Voet, and Huber. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, Law Publishers, 1880. xii, 567 pp. Reprinted 2003 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2003052774. ISBN 1-58477-367- 7. Cloth. $150. * Reprint of the second revised edition. Savigny [1779-1861] was an important German jurist and an excellent scholar of Roman law. A principal member of the historical school of jurisprudence, he had a keen interest in its role in the subsequent development of European law. Private International Law is a volume drawn from his System of Modern Roman Law (1840-1849), an eight-volume study of contemporary legal systems based on Roman law. As the translator observes, this volume is valuable because it "deals with a subject of great practical importance, as to which the opinions of foreign jurists have always been respected in the British courts. And not only has the eighth volume itself been cited as an authority in our tribunals, but English writers have borrowed and enforced its doctrines with more or less exactness of reproduction" (Introduction, 9). Beyond its lucid exposition of a complex subject, this book offers a wonderful introduction to Savigny's monumental study. With an appendix containing a biography of Savigny and an index of English and Scottish cases.

Japanese And European Private International Law In Comparative Perspective

Author: Jürgen Basedow
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
ISBN: 9783161495472
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The idea of national codification is advancing on a global scale in conflict of laws. A large number of legislative projects dealing with codifying and modernizing private international law, both on the national and the supranational level, have been launched in the past few years. Among such recent initiatives, the advances taken by the European and the Japanese legislators are particularly reflecting these developments. On January 1, 2007, the new Japanese 'Act on General Rules for Application of Laws' entered into force replacing the outdated conflict of laws statute of 1898. This major reform finds its parallels in the current efforts of the European Union to create a modern private international law regime for its member states.This volume presents the first comprehensive analysis of the new Japanese private international law available in any western language and contrasts it with corresponding European developments. Most of the contributors from Japan are scholars who were actively involved in and responsible for preparing the new Act. All of them are renowned experts in the field of private international law. Leading European experts in the conflict of laws supplement the Japanese analyses with comparative contributions reflecting the pertinent discussion of parallel endeavours in the EU. To guarantee better understanding, English translations of both the present and the former Japanese statutes have been added.

Conflict Of Laws In Western Europe

Author: Mathias Reimann
Publisher: Transnational Pub Inc
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Intended to acquaint American readers with a general structure of conflicts problems on the other side of the Atlantic ... the book succeeds wonderfully. American Journal of Comparative Law, Vol. 44, No. 2 [F]ills a real need for the practicing legal community as well as for those with an academic interest in this fascinating & increasingly important field. Canadian Yearbook of Int'l Law, 1995 This informative work introduces the conflict of laws in Western Europe to the American scholar & practitioner. It describes the field as a whole, explains the underlying issues, & notes the idiosyncrasies that create stumbling blocks in the successful resolution of business transactions & other legal matters. An essential reference for the modern lawyer.