Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Constitutional Aspects of Private International Law in Australia and in Canada (Volume 126)

(42,586 words)

Author(s): Castel, J.-G.
Castel, J.-G. Keywords: Australia | Federalism | Private international law | Canada | Mots clefs: Australie | Fédéralisme | Droit international privé | Canada | ABSTRACT In this course, Jean-Gabriel Castel focuses on the rules of private international law at the inter-state level (between federated States) or interprovincial level, and not on the rules playing a role at the international level. Are there differences between Canada and Australia with respect to the rules at that level? The author begins with an analysis o…

The Reasonable Expectations of the Parties as a Guide to the Choice of Law in Contract and in Tort (Volume 251)

(49,320 words)

Author(s): E. Nygh, Peter
E. Nygh, Peter Keywords: Australia | Law of contracts | Choice of law | Private international law | Contracts | Tort | Mots clefs: Australie | Droit des obligations | Choix de la loi applicable | Droit international privé | Contrats | Quasi-contrats et quasi-délits | ABSTRACT This course by Peter E. Nygh, Professor at Bond University on Australia's Gold Coast, addresses the role played by the "reasonable expectations of the parties" in conflicts regarding laws of contract and tort. The reasonable expectations of the parties include first of …