Volume III: Private International Law | Chapter 10 (1985): Interpersonal Conflict of Laws
Completed in November 1984
Kurt Lipstein, István Szászy
1. Interracial and interreligious conflict of laws. – Space and time may give rise to conflicts of different laws within one country or between the laws of several countries. Irrespective of space, conflicts occur also as a result of a coincidence of groups. This type of conflict of laws is known as interpersonal conflict of laws.
Interpersonal conflicts of laws can take several forms.1 As they normally, but not necessarily, arise wit…