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Law and Reality

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ISBN13: 9780792319696
ISBN: 0792319699
Published: July 1995
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: £234.00



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Deals with questions of procedural law in an international context. Problems of international civil procedure and international arbitration are covered, as are questions of administering justice in domestic, civil and criminal contexts, and in the fields of public international and European law.

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Contents:
Cornelis Carel Albert Voskuil, P.J. Verdam; the service of process on a foreign State, L.A.N.M. Barnhoorn; the Permanent Court of Arbitration at the Peace Palace, The Hague - a new role for international commercial arbitration?, A.J. van den Berg; tacit submission to jurisdiction - the scope of Article 18 of the EEC Jurisdiction Convention, Th.M. de Boer; the English Court of Appeal in ""Re Harrods"" - an unwelcome interpretation of the Brussels Convention, H. Duintjer Tebbens; something funny happened to foreign law on its way to the forum, J. Erauw; court assistance in the appointment of arbitrators, J.A. Freedberg-Swartzburg; ""Actio Pauliana"" outside bankruptcy and the Brussels Convention, U. Goranson; a private (international) law intermezzo in the law of criminal procedure, W. Haak; foreign law in summary proceedings (Kort Geding), H.U. Jessurun D'Oliveira; jurisdiction, choice of law and the elusive goal of decisional harmony, F.K. Juenger; legal impact of procedural irregularities in the decision-making of the Council of Ministers of the EC, A.E. Kellermann; judicial recourse against the Arbitral Award - a comparative synthesis, D. Kokkini-latridou; natural justice ""rediviva""? the right to a fair hearing in European law, T. Koopmans; judicial interplay within the Community, B.H. Ter Kuile; the privatization of justice - some aspects of recent developments in American and Swedish procedural law, P.H. Lindblom; can foreign states be declared bankrupt? the case of Zaire, G.W. Mas Geesteranus; the judge and the conflict rule - reflections on psychological aspects of the approach to the conflict rule, Z. Matic; the semantics of appplicable law clauses and the arbitrator, P. Peters; on jurisdiction agreements from the perspective of Pan-European unification of international procedural law, K. Sajko; first lustrum of the new Dutch Arbitration Act, P. Sanders; the international extension of procedural law, H.G. Schermers; security for costs - a valuable defence or burdensome relic?, K. Siehr; interest analysis - no more than a ""protest song""?, L. Strikwerda; the EC convention on the recovery of maintenance - necessity or excess?, M. Sumampouw; Europe's next step, J.J.M. Tromm; arbitration despite the Parties?, T. Varady; prejudgement attachment of movables in French, Dutch and English law, J.P. Verheul and J.A. Wade; the principles of fair trial in international civil litigation, P. Vlas; list of publications by Cornelis Carel Albert Voskuil.