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Caribbean Private International Law 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9780414036642
Previous Edition ISBN: 9768167386
Published: August 2014
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £49.95



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Caribbean Private International Law describes the conceptual and practical problems that are likely to arise in resolving cross-border disputes and how such problems are approached under the national legal systems of Member States of the Caribbean Community.

  • Describes the rules regarding the regulation of cross-border activities and covers relevant aspects of transactions in both commercial and family matters
  • The only indigenous text describing the rules that apply in the 15 member states of the Caribbean community regarding the regulation of cross-border activities
  • Highlights the importance of private international law to the economic and financial development in the Caribbean

Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , Caribbean
Contents:
NATURE OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
CLASSIFICATION
RENVOI AND THE INCIDENTAL QUESTION
THE INTERTEMPORAL ELEMENT
PROOF OF FOREIGN LAW
EXCLUSION OF FOREIGN LAW
CONNECTING FACTORS: DOMICILE, RESIDENCE AND NATIONALITY
JURISDICTION
FORUM CONVENIENS
FOREIGN JUDGMENTS
CONTRACTS
TORTS
CORPORATIONS IN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
FAMILY IN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
MATRIMONIAL CAUSES AND PROCEEDINGS
MARRIAGE
UNIONS OTHER THAN MARRIAGE
CHILDREN
PROPERTY
SUCCESSION
CARIBBEAN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY