International Private Law - A Scots Perspective by Dr E. B. Crawford
This modern treatment of an area of growing importance provides an in-depth analysis of the complexities of the subject. The revised new edition of this highly acclaimed book, under a…
International Private Law synopsis
This modern treatment of an area of growing importance provides an in-depth analysis of the complexities of the subject. The revised new edition of this highly acclaimed book, under a new title, provides a comprehensive overview of all branches of privatelaw in Scotland in their conflict with post-laws.
A distinctive feature of the subject, to which the book attaches primary attention, is the increasing influence of the EU's legislative program for civil justice, which affects the substance of the conflict rules of all EU member states. The book explains and analyzes the rules of civil and commercial jurisdiction set forth in the First Brussels Regulation and the selection of legal rules for the law of obligations contained in the Rome Statute I and Rome II.
In the Family Code, the rules relating to jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of marital and parental matters of responsibility, as contained in the Brussels Regulation 2 bis, are fully treated, including their interaction with the Hague Convention on the International Abduction of Children. A full account of the property dispute rules is given in the different contexts of matrimonial and conjugal relations, permanent transfers, insolvency and succession.
This book is a comprehensive and accessible treatment of the theory and methodology used in this section of the law, and is a very valuable source of information, for subject students and practitioners, about the changing content of this important area of law.
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