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Evolution of Principles for Resolving Conflicts in the Field of Contracts and Torts (Volume 283)

(130,591 words)

Author(s): Dolinger, Jacob
Dolinger, Jacob Keywords: Legal principles | Private international law | Public order | Convention on the Law applicable to Contractual obligations (Rome, 19 June 1980) | Law of contracts | Contracts | Torts | Mots clefs: Principes généraux du droit | Droit international privé | Ordre public | Convention sur la loi applicable aux obligations contractuelles [Rome, 19 juin 1980] | Droit des obligations | Contrats | Quasi-contrats et quasi-délits | ABSTRACT Professor Jacob Dolinger, Professor at the Rio de Janeiro State University, divides his course on the evolution o…

L’ordre public dans les sentences arbitrales (Volume 249)

(22,666 words)

Author(s): Fadlallah, Ibrahim
Fadlallah, Ibrahim Keywords: Public order | Arbitration | Mots clefs: L'Ordre public | Arbitrage | ABSTRACT In this course, Ibrahim Fadlallah discusses Arbitrator’s behavior in the face of a public policy rule. The course is an inquiry based on the methodical counting of many awards published mainly in the two collections of the International Chamber of Commerce, the Journal of International Law and the Yearbook of Commercial Arbitration as well as in the French Journal of Arbitration. After a brief introductio…

L’ordre public et le but social des lois en droit international privé (Volume 239)

(40,161 words)

Author(s): Bucher, Andreas
Bucher, Andreas Keywords: Public order | Private international law | Mots clefs: Ordre public | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT If it is true, as Andreas Bucher, Professor at the University of Geneva says, that public policy is one of the concepts that is best assimilated in the various systems of private international law, its relationship to the rules of conflicts of laws is much less clear. With regard to the undeniable social dimension of the law of the modern state, is it really possible to entrust the re…