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Convergence and divergence in private international Law

Convergence and divergence in private international Law
Liber Amicorum Kurt Siehr

  • ISBN: 9789077596937
  • Editorial: Eleven International Publishing
  • Lugar de la edición: The Hague. Países Bajos
  • Encuadernación: Cartoné
  • Medidas: 24 cm
  • Nº Pág.: 900
  • Idiomas: Inglés

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  Foreword to Liber Amicorum Kurt Siehr (2000)  
I General Aspects Of Private International Law Law-Making  
  American vs. European Private International Law The Case for a Model Conflict of Laws Act (MCLA) 3
  Comparative and International Law in the United States Mixed Signals by Talia Einhorn 37
  Connecting Factors and Internationality in Conflict of Laws and Transnational Commercial Law by Peter Hay 57
  Democratic Values in the Choice-of-Law Process by Herbert Kronke 71
  Keine Berúhrungsangst des Schweizerischen Bundesgerichts im Umgang mit Eingriffsnormen by James A.R. Nafziger 87
  'Revolutionary Ideas' and the Swiss Statute on Private International Law by Anton K. Schnyder 101
  Renvoi in Japanese Private International Law by Frank Vischer 113
II Family Relations And Succession by Jun Yokoyama  
  Protecting Children Against Detrimental Family Environments under the 1996 Hague Convention and the Brussels II bis Regulation by Jun Yokoyama 125
  Choice-of-law Aspects of the Future EC Regulation in Matters of Succession A First Glance at the Commission's Proposal by Maarit J¢nter¢-Jareborg 157
  The Necessary Flexibility in the Application of the New Instruments on Maintenance by Andrea Bonomi 173
  Conflict of Laws of Divorce: Judicial Practice and Legislative Development of Taiwan by Alegria Borr¤s 193
  Future Developments in International Family Law with Special Emphasis on Cross-border Child Protection: A View from The Hague by Rong-chwan Chen 221
  Der deutsche Nachlab9srichter and die amerikanische tracing rule" im Internationalen Ehegúterrecht Eine Problemskizze by William Duncan 243
  From Nationality to Habitual Residence: Some brief remarks on the future EU Regulation on International Successions and Wills by Erik Jayme 251
  Recognition in the Forum of a Status Acquired Abroad Private International Law Rules and European Human Rights Law by Peter Kindler 259

Eds. Katharina Boele-Woelki...[et al].


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