The book provides students with a comprehensive overview of the conflict of laws rules as they apply in English law. The preliminary topics of the bases of conflict of laws, classification, connecting factors, renvoi and public policy are scrutinised in the first part, followed by consideration of the rules ascribing jurisdiction both under the common law and the Brussels and Lugano Conventions. The book then covers fully the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgements and explores the choice of law rules in respect of contract, tort, movable and immovable property and succession.
In the final part, the traditional concept of domicile, and family lawmatters, such as marriage, dissolution and matrimonial causes, are examined. Since the second edition, a number of important changes have taken place in this ever developing field of law. This edition takes account of recent changes and is presented in a reader friendly manner, facilitating understanding of this notoriously difficult area of law.
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