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Principes du droit international privé maritime (Volume 51)

(24,529 words)

Author(s): Diena, Giulio
Diena, Giulio Keywords: Maritime law | Private international law | Mots clefs: Droit maritime | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT The task of private international law, explained by Giulio Diena, is to provide rules for the resolution of conflicts of laws, it is first of all necessary to investigate whether, in the field of private maritime law, there are legislative differences from one country to another that could lead to conflicts of laws. The author examines whether the general rules of private internationa…

La loi du pavillon et les conflits de droit maritime (Volume 128)

(49,089 words)

Author(s): Bonassies, Pierre
Bonassies, Pierre Keywords: Flags | Maritime law | Mots clefs: Pavillons | Droit maritime | ABSTRACT The purpose of the research presented by Pierre Bonassies is to evaluate the role of the flag law in resolving conflicts of international order arising from the regulation of maritime activities. In the first part, the author focuses on the law of the flag and in the concrete solution of maritime law conflicts, and on the law of the flag and the theory of international jurisdiction in the second part. L'objet des recherches exposées par Pierre Bonassies est d'évaluer le rôle de la…

Choice of Law Problems in International Shipping (Recent Developments) (Volume 164)

(35,045 words)

Author(s): Brækhus, Sjur
Brækhus, Sjur Keywords: Carriage of goods by sea | Maritime law | Private international law | Mots clefs: Transports maritimes | Droit maritime | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT The subject of course of Sjur Braekhuis, Professor at the University of Oslo, relates to the frontier zone between private international law and maritime law (or the zone common to these two domains). After general remarks on maritime conflicts of law, the author studies the issue of nationality (flag) and the choice of law. He then explains th…