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Les liens entre la compétence judiciaire et la compétence législative en droit international privé (Volume 156)

(68,370 words)

Author(s): D. González Campos, Julio
D. González Campos, Julio Keywords: Judicial competence | Private international law | Mots clefs: Compétence judiciaire | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT The objective of the course by Professor González Campos, University of Oviedo, deals with the relations between legal and legislative competence in private international law. He analyzes the relations between the rules governing the two essential areas of the international private law. The author successively examines the historical problem of the relations be…

La compétence des tribunaux A raison d’infractions commises hors du territoire (Volume 12)

(48,331 words)

Author(s): Dr Sigismond Cybichowski, le
Dr Sigismond Cybichowski, le Keywords: Judicial competence | International criminal law | Mots clefs: Compétence judiciaire | Droit pénal international | ABSTRACT The problem of the Jurisdiction of Courts for Offenses Committed Outside the Territory lies, emphasizes Sigismund Cybichowski, in the field of international criminal law, which is itself a part of private international law. Since the scientific nature of his research requires a scientific basis, the author begins his course with an outline of the conception…

L’autonomie de l’arbitre international dans l’appréciation de sa propre compétence (Volume 217)

(47,426 words)

Author(s): Mayer, Pierre
Mayer, Pierre Keywords: Judicial competence | International commercial arbitration | Mots clefs: Compétence judiciaire | Arbitrage commercial international | ABSTRACT Pierre Mayer, Professor at the University of Paris I, notes that a course on the competence of international arbitrators may adopt two different approaches depending on whether it is from the point of view of States or arbitrators. The author chooses the second. However, an arbitrator ruling in Geneva on a dispute between an American party and an Ital…

Jurisdiction and International Judicial and Administrative Co-operation (Volume 284)

(154,250 words)

Author(s): Schlosser, Peter
Schlosser, Peter Keywords: Judicial assistance | Law of civil procedure | Criminal procedure | Judicial competence | Effects of foreign sentences | Mots clefs: Assistance judiciaire | Procédure civile | Procédure civile | Compétence judiciaire | Effets des sentences étrangères | ABSTRACT Professor Peter Schlosser examines to which degree the concept of co-operation among judicial authorities has found its way into political and everyday practices. He first looks at cross-border co-operation regarding litigation in commercial and other m…

Enforcement in the International Context (Volume 264)

(88,799 words)

Author(s): D. Kerameus, Konstantinos
D. Kerameus, Konstantinos Keywords: Judicial competence | Mots clefs: Compétence judiciaire | ABSTRACT In this course, Konstantinos Kerameus, Professor at the University of Athens, draws up a report of the mutual and gradual convergence of international law and the enforcement of foreign law. The first part of the course concerns recent codifications and case-law developments in the field of enforcement, both on the national level and in attempts to introduce international harmonization. The second part disc…

Étude des règles de compétence judiciaire dans certaines conventions internationales (Volume 161)

(39,814 words)

Author(s): Matscher, Franz
Matscher, Franz Keywords: Judicial competence | International law of procedure | Mots clefs: Compétence judiciaire | Droit international de procédure | ABSTRACT It is the constitution of each community that governs the organization of its authorities, including the judicial authorities. With regard to the objective of his course, Franz Matscher studies two types of communities: state communities and an international community. In this context, the author focuses on the rules of legal jurisdiction in public internatio…

Le conflit des lois de compétence judiciaire dans les actions personnelles (Volume 44)

(27,076 words)

Author(s): C. Gutteridge, H.
C. Gutteridge, H. Keywords: Judicial competence | Private international law | Mots clefs: Compétence judiciaire | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT H.C. Gutteridge, in this course, undertakes the task of trying to examine the international situation from the point of view of judicial competence, and to use comparative method for it. He, thus, successively addresses the theory of judicial competence, the problems of competence on private international law, and the results of the work of unification. H.C. Gutteridge entreprend la tâche, dans ce cours, d'essayer de fair…

La compétence internationale en droit privé (Volume 104)

(41,563 words)

Author(s): Fragistas, N.
Fragistas, N. Keywords: International competence | Private international law | Judicial competence | International law of procedure | Mots clefs: Compétence internationale | Droit international privé | Compétence judiciaire | Droit international de procédure | ABSTRACT N. Fragistas devotes his course to the study of the following problem: which is the State with national legal authorities who are competent to determine disputes arising out of international relations? First, disputes arising out of international relations are distr…

Droits de l’homme, droits fondamentaux et droit international privé (Volume 318)

(134,510 words)

Author(s): Kinsch, Patrick
Kinsch, Patrick Keywords: Human rights | Private international law | Judicial competence | International law of procedure | Mots clefs: Droits de l'homme | Droit international privé | Compétence judiciaire | Droit international de procédure | ABSTRACT Patrick Kinsch, Attorney at Law in Luxembourg, assigns to his course the aim of demonstrating that there is no radical incompatibility between reasoning in terms of human rights and the application of specific methods to private international law. A peaceful, even enriching, coexisten…

Theory and Practice of Adjudicatory Authority in Private International Law : A Comparative Study of the Doctrine, Policies and Practices of Common- and Civil-Law Systems General Course on Private International Law (1996) (Volume 295)

(158,937 words)

Author(s): Taylor von Mehren, Arthur
Taylor von Mehren, Arthur Keywords: Private international law | Judicial competence | Universal jurisdiction | Mots clefs: Droit international privé | Compétence judiciaire | Juridiction internationale | ABSTRACT Professor Arthur Taylor von Mehren, Professor at the University of Harvard, devotes his general course on private international law to the theory and practice of adjudicatory authority in private international law, by presenting a comparative study of the doctrines, policies and practices of common law and civil l…

Compétence exclusive et compétence exorbitante dans les relations privées internationales (Volume 323)

(102,300 words)

Author(s): P. Fernández Arroyo, Diego
P. Fernández Arroyo, Diego Keywords: Judicial competence | International law of procedure | Private international law | Mots clefs: Compétence judiciaire | Droit international de procédure | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT Diego P. Fernandez Arroyo, Professor at the complutense university of Madrid, points out in his introduction to his course that the criteria on which the authorities base their jurisdiction for disputes relating to private international affairs are sometimes difficult to justify. On the basis of this ob…