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Despite the existence of various international conventions designed to ensure uniformity of approach, significant differences in the laws of various countries exist which make it possible to create jurisdiction in one country which is not possible elsewhere. This reference book, arranged alphabetically by country, describes in a clear but concise manner how to found jurisdiction in over 20 jurisdictions. A questionnaire-based analysis ensures consistent headings are used throughout to allow easy cross-referencing and points of comparison between the various jurisdictions covered.