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Yearbook of Private International Law 2000: 2

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ISBN13: 9789041115201
ISBN: 904111520X
Published: November 2000
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Our rapidly developing global society makes private international law a field of increasing importance. Although some harmonization of rules has taken place, the necessary follow-up - rapid implementation and a uniform application of the rules - has been lacking. Moreover, harmonization has occurred in only a limited number of areas. For the most part, separate legal systems remain each with its own individual solutions, as a result of which conflicts of law exist in many areas. International procedural law issues also play an important role in this context. Published by Kluwer Law International in co-operation with the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, this English-language publication, now in its second year, provides analysis and information on private international law developments worldwide. The editors commission articles concerning the most significant trends in this field. The Yearbook also devotes attention to the important work and research carried out in the context of the Hague Conference, The Hague Academy, UNCITRAL, and UNIDROIT.;The authority of its editors and the lasting nature of the works included make the Yearbook an integral addition to the libraries of international law scholars and practitioners. The editors are supported by an international advisory board composed of personalities the field of international law.

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Contents:
Doctrine; the New Hague Convention on the Protection of Adults, E. Clive; public policy in the framework of the Brussels Convention; remarks on two recent decisions by the European Court of Justice; M.R. Moura Ramos; the Hague Conference on private international law and its current programme of work concerning the international protection of children and other aspects of family law, W. Duncan; national reports; choice of law in torts in Australia, P. Nygh; the new uniform law with regard to jurisdiction rules in child custody cases in the United States, R.B. Spector; the Italian statute on private international law of 1995;,T. Ballarino, A. Bonomi; the new private international law rules of Macao, A. Marques dos Santos; arbitration in Brazil - the early experience - W. Barral, T. Lacerda Prazeres; news from The Hague; the Hague Conference on Private International Law - work in progress (1999-2000), H. van Loon; forum; the matrimonial property regime in private international law, M. del Pilar Diago Diago.