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Cheshire, North & Fawcett private international law /

by Torremans, Paul [editor.]; Fawcett, J. J [editor.]; Grušić, Uglješa.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2017Edition: 15th ed.Description: clxxxviii, 1435 pages ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780199678990 (pbk.); 9780199678983 (hbk.).Other title: Private international law.Subject(s): Conflict of laws -- Great BritainOnline resources: WorldCat Details
Contents:
Table of contents Definition, nature and scope of private international law -- Historical development and current theories -- Classification -- The incidental question -- Renovi -- Substance and procedure -- The proof of foreign law -- Exclusion of foreign law -- Domicile, nationality and residence -- Jurisdiction of the English courts : an introduction -- Jurisdiction under the Brussels/Lugano system -- The competence of the English courts under : the traditional rules -- Stays and the management of parallel proceedings -- Limitations on jurisdiction -- Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards in England : an introduction -- Recognition and enforcments of foreign judgments : the traditional rules -- Recognition and enforcement of judgments under the Brussels/Lugano system -- Foreign arbitral awards -- Contracts -- Non-contractual obligations -- Marriage and other adult relationships -- Matrimonial and related causes -- Declarations -- Financial relief -- Children -- Cross-border surrogracy -- Legitimacy, legitimation and adoption -- Mental incapacity -- The distinction between movables and immovables -- Immovables -- The transfer of tangible movables -- The assignment of intagible movables -- Corporations -- Insolvency -- Administration of estates -- Succession -- Matrimonial property -- Trusts.
Summary: "The new edition of this...work has been fully updated to encompass the major changes and developments in the law, including coverage of the Recast Brussels I Regulation which came into force in 2015...It offers students, teachers and practitioners not only a rigorous academic examination of the subject, but also a practical guide to the complex subject of private international law...[There] is...coverage of commercial topics such as the jurisdiction of various courts and their limitations, stays of proceedings and restraining foreign proceedings, the recognition and enforcement of judgments, the law of obligations with respect to contractual and non-contractual obligations. There are also sections on the various aspects of family law in private international law, and the law of property, including the transfer of property, administration of estates, succession and trusts."--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Definition, nature and scope of private international law --
Historical development and current theories --
Classification --
The incidental question --
Renovi --
Substance and procedure --
The proof of foreign law --
Exclusion of foreign law --
Domicile, nationality and residence --
Jurisdiction of the English courts : an introduction --
Jurisdiction under the Brussels/Lugano system --
The competence of the English courts under : the traditional rules --
Stays and the management of parallel proceedings --
Limitations on jurisdiction --
Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards in England : an introduction --
Recognition and enforcments of foreign judgments : the traditional rules --
Recognition and enforcement of judgments under the Brussels/Lugano system --
Foreign arbitral awards --
Contracts --
Non-contractual obligations --
Marriage and other adult relationships --
Matrimonial and related causes --
Declarations --
Financial relief --
Children --
Cross-border surrogracy --
Legitimacy, legitimation and adoption --
Mental incapacity --
The distinction between movables and immovables --
Immovables --
The transfer of tangible movables --
The assignment of intagible movables --
Corporations --
Insolvency --
Administration of estates --
Succession --
Matrimonial property --
Trusts.


"The new edition of this...work has been fully updated to encompass the major changes and developments in the law, including coverage of the Recast Brussels I Regulation which came into force in 2015...It offers students, teachers and practitioners not only a rigorous academic examination of the subject, but also a practical guide to the complex subject of private international law...[There] is...coverage of commercial topics such as the jurisdiction of various courts and their limitations, stays of proceedings and restraining foreign proceedings, the recognition and enforcement of judgments, the law of obligations with respect to contractual and non-contractual obligations. There are also sections on the various aspects of family law in private international law, and the law of property, including the transfer of property, administration of estates, succession and trusts."--

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