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The Rome I Regulation creates a common regime of conflict of law rules on international contract law for (most of the) EU Member States. These rules apply to both contractual and non-contractual disputes – a fact that poses great challenges to legal practitioners in every Member State as there exists only little case law regarding this field of law.
This book solves these challenges by providing an article-by-article commentary which explains the underlying concepts and suggests solutionsm for problems that have arisen or may arise in the application of the regulation.
The book is the second volume of the selp series of Pocket Commentaries on European regulations and international conventions in the area of conflict of laws. The series is meant to provide a first reference to the legal texts covered.
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