Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Principes et méthodes de solution des conflits de lois (Volume 126)

(60,345 words)

Author(s): Van Hecke, Georges
Van Hecke, Georges Keywords: Conflict of Laws | Private International Law | Mots clefs: Conflits de lois | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT The problem dealt with in the private international law is that of legal relations that involve a foreign element. This foreign element gives rise to an issue of conflict of laws as such or, more precisely, of choice of the law to be applied. This course analyzes the extent to which the law of nations precludes an excessive exercise by a State of its legislative or jurisdictio…

La conception du droit international prive d’apres la doctrine et la pratique au Portugal (Volume 89)

(30,578 words)

Author(s): Taborda Ferreira, Vasco
Taborda Ferreira, Vasco Keywords: Portugal | Private International Law | Rights of Foreigners | Conflict of Laws | Mots clefs: Portugal | Droit international privé | Droits des étrangers | Conflits de lois | ABSTRACT The purpose of the Vasco Taborda Ferreira course is to explain the fundamental principles that govern private international law in Portugal. After some notes on the history of private international law in Portugal, the author focuses on human rights, family law, law of obligations, law of succession, and conflicts of jurisdiction. Le cours de Vasco Taborda Ferreira a…

Conflits de lois en matière d’effets de commerce (Volume 209)

(37,852 words)

Author(s): Chemaly, Richard
Chemaly, Richard Keywords: Conflict of Laws | International Commerce | Commercial Law | Mots clefs: Conflits de lois | Commerce international | Droit commercial | ABSTRACT R. Chemaly, Dean of the Faculty of Law of the University of Beirut, proceeds in this course an analytical and a critical presentation of the main rules and solutions adopted by the two Geneva Conventions of 1930 and 1931 on conflict of laws. This presentation includes proposals for solutions to the problems on which the conventions have remained silent…

Specific Principles of Private Transnational Law (Volume 124)

(78,497 words)

Author(s): A. Ehrenzweig, Albert
A. Ehrenzweig, Albert Keywords: Prisoners of war | Private international law | Torts | Mots clefs: Droit onternational privé | Conflits de lois | Choix des lois | ABSTRACT Albert Ehrenzweig devotes his course to the Specific Principles of Private International Law. In the first part of his course, the thesis, the author presents the idea according to which “the super law” which supported the general principles stopped to exist, and that it is now advisable to examine only the substantive rules of the different countries to …