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Le statut juridique actuel des dominions britanniques dans le domaine du droit international (Volume 19)

(88,411 words)

Author(s): Noel Baker, Philip
Noel Baker, Philip Keywords: Great Britain | Colonies | Statutes | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Colonies britanniques | Statuts | ABSTRACT Philip Noel Baker explains that no one had seriously suggested that the "British Dominions" could have a distinct position or personality of their own in the field of international law until the year 1924, Oppenheim was the first of the leading authors to make an authoritative statement on this subject. The author reports on the legal status of the British Dominions by beginning…

L’application et l’interprétation des traités d’après la jurisprudence britannique D’après la jurisprudence britannique (Volume 43)

(17,994 words)

Author(s): D. Mc Nair, Arnold
D. Mc Nair, Arnold Keywords: Great Britain | Law of treaties | Case-law | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Droit des traités | Jurisprudence | ABSTRACT Arnold Mc Nair begins his course on the Application and Interpretation of Treaties According to British Jurisprudence by a speech on the existing relationships between treaties and English domestic law, and the role which the Parliament plays thereupon. He then studies the rules of interpretation, termination and dissolution of treaties, the effects of treaties toward third…

La théorie anglaise du droit international privé (Volume 65)

(53,297 words)

Author(s): Foster, John
Foster, John Keywords: Great Britain | Private international law | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT John Foster begins his course with some general considerations on the English theory of international law, based on international comity and reciprocity. The author then focuses on the English theory of domicile, the application of national law in the field of personal law in English private international law, the solution given to the problems of private international law raised by…

The English Private International Law of Husband and Wife (Volume 108)

(25,400 words)

Author(s): C. Cheshire D.C.L. F.B.A, G.
C. Cheshire D.C.L. F.B.A, G. Keywords: Great Britain | Marriage | Private international law | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Mariage | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT G. C. Cheshire begins his course on English Private International Law of Marriage with a presentation of the concept of marriage and the relationship between husband and wife. He then studies the formal requirements for marriage and the formalities of the celebration. Finally, the author focuses on divorce and legal separation, and then on the annulment of the marriage. G.C. Cheshire commence son cours sur le d…

The Comparative Evolution of Principles of the Conflict of Laws in England and the U.S.A. (Volume 99)

(33,452 words)

Author(s): H. Graveson, Ronald
H. Graveson, Ronald Keywords: United States of America | Legal principles | Private international law | Great Britain | Mots clefs: Etats-Unis d’Amérique | Principes de droit | Droit international privé | Grande-Bretagne | ABSTRACT Ronald H. Graveson offers in this course a comparative study of the evolution of the conflicts of laws in England and in the United States. After a presentation of the context of the conflict of laws in the Common Law, the author examines the issues of domicile, marriage, divorce, contracts, and torts. Ronald H. Graveson propose dans ce cours une étude …

Recent Developments of the Principle of Domicile in English Law (Volume 87)

(25,442 words)

Author(s): Bentwich, Norman
Bentwich, Norman Keywords: Great Britain | Habitual residence | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Domicile | ABSTRACT In this course, Norman Bentwitch examines the changes that have occurred over the past twenty years in the concept of domicile and the rules related to the domicile as the basis of personal status. After a presentation of the English concept of domicile, the author studies the doctrine of renvoi and the proposals for the reform of the English rules of domicile. He then focuses on marriage, dissoluti…

La conception du droit international privé d’après la doctrine et la pratique britanniques (Volume 36)

(23,952 words)

Author(s): John Colombos, LL.D., C.
John Colombos, LL.D., C. Keywords: Great Britain | Private international law | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT C. John Colombos points out at the beginning of his course that the science of private international law is relatively new in England since there is no comprehensive work before the nineteenth century. The author begins the study with a presentation of the historical beginnings and evolution of the Anglo-Saxon system of private international law in the nineteenth century. …

The General Principles of Private International Law from the English Standpoint (Volume 71)

(34,154 words)

Author(s): A. Wortley, O.B.E., LL.D., B.
A. Wortley, O.B.E., LL.D., B. Keywords: Great Britain | Legal principles | Private international law | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Principes de droit | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT B.A. Wortley, in this course, presents the General Principles of Private International Law from the Point of View of English Law. After an introduction dedicated to the nature and sources of the law recognized by the English Courts, the author presents human rights from a general point of view. He then focuses on family law, the exercis…

La théorie anglo-saxonne des conflits de lois (Volume 3)

(32,570 words)

Author(s): H. L. Bellot, Hugh
H. L. Bellot, Hugh Keywords: United States of America | Private international law | Great Britain | Mots clefs: Etats-Unis d’Amérique | Droit international privé | Grande-Bretagne | ABSTRACT Hugh Bellot presents his course on private international law in England and the United States by presenting the origins and history of international law (Roman legal system, early medieval period, late medieval period). The author then focuses on the legal and political theories in England and the United States, the application of forei…

Le développement récent du principe du domicile en droit anglais (Volume 49)

(31,309 words)

Author(s): Bentwich, Norman
Bentwich, Norman Keywords: Great Britain | Habitual residence | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Domicile | ABSTRACT The course of Norman Bentwich is a review of private international law as applied by the British courts since the Great War. After a presentation of the nature of the domicile, the author focuses on domicile in its relationship with marriage. He focuses on the issues of annulment of marriage, divorce, legal annulment and separation, and then the issues of succession, legitimation and guardianship, a…

La contribution de quatre grands juristes britanniques au droit international (Lorimer, Westlake, Hall et Holland) (Volume 40)

(28,187 words)

Author(s): Pearce Higgins, A.
Pearce Higgins, A. Keywords: Great Britain | Jurisconsults | International law | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Juristes | Droit international | ABSTRACT It is a recognized fact that lawyers cannot make international law, but they have played and continue to play an important role in helping to develop its rules, by Pearce Higgins in the introduction to his course. The author successively presents the contributions of James Lorimer, John Westlake, William Edward Hall, and Sir Thomas Eskine Holland to international law. C'est un fait reconnu, écrit A. Pearce Higgins en introdu…