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La volonté de l’État en droit international (Volume 310)

(159,395 words)

Author(s): Kamto, Maurice
Kamto, Maurice Keywords: States | Will | Public international law | Mots clefs: Etats | Volonté | Droit international public | ABSTRACT In his general course on public international law, Maurice Kamto, Professor at the University of Yaoundé II, presents a detailed study of the will of the State in public international law. After a thorough review of the concepts of State and will in international legal thinking, Professor Kamto observes that, contrary to the claim of the followers of the radical and exclusivist volun…

La volonté des parties en droit international privé (Volume 137)

(76,720 words)

Author(s): Curti Gialdino, A.
Curti Gialdino, A. Keywords: Will | Law of contracts | Private international law | Contrats de développement | Mots clefs: Volonté | Droit des obligations | Droit international privé | Economic development agreement | ABSTRACT A. Curti Gialdino, Professor at the Faculty of Law of Perugia, devotes the course to the Will of the Parties in Private International Law and presents a normative basis of psychological connection in the first chapter. He studies the ratio of the conflict rule considering psychological attachment, then the …

La théorie de l’autonomie de la volonté (Volume 16)

(45,539 words)

Author(s): Niboyet, J.-P.
Niboyet, J.-P. Keywords: Will | Autonomy | Law of contracts | Private international law | Mots clefs: Volonté | Autonomie | Droit des obligations | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT J.-P. Niboyet writes in the introduction to his course that without any exaggeration one can consider that the Theory of Party Autonomy is currently the most difficult of all private international law. Party Autonomy is commonly understood to mean the power of the parties to choose the competent law in matters of contracts, a law which is neve…