Yearbook of Private International Law, Volume VIII : Volume VIII (2006)
The Yearbook of Private International Law: Volume VIII (2006) is arguably one of the most comprehensive collections of English language legal essays. It presents the reader with a broad overview on the status and trends of private international law - from the United States to India, France to Tunisia, England to China, Latvia to Qatar, Sweden to Japan. All main areas of law are addressed including marriage (and same-sex marriage), adoption and protection of children, euthanasia and living wills, inheritance, contracts, torts, and insolvency. Each of the four traditional steps of the "conflict process" is taken into account - adjudicatory jurisdiction, international cooperation and procedure, applicable law and its various incidents, and recognition of foreign judgments. Particularly beneficial are several contributions on international arbitration.
- Hardback | 464 pages
- 165 x 244 x 30mm | 857g
- 30 Nov 2007
- Sellier European Law Publishers
- 2006 ed.
- Tables, black and white