Conflicts of Law: International And Interstate: Selected Essays

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1972 - 403 páginas
This book is an in-depth, comparative study of the nature of civil & commercial law & of its development in the PRC. It focuses on the very complex interrelations & interactions between Party & state policies & measures, scholars' theoretical efforts & the development of civil & commercial law, especially the development of the institutions of legal personality & of property rights in the PRC. It also analyses the underlying influences of foreign legal systems & legal theories as well as the difficulties experienced by Chinese law makers & scholars in applying these theories. The book provides fresh insights into the role of law & the transformation of Chinese civil & commercial law, as now occurring in the PRC. The book is a valuable reference source for scholars who wish to explore the fascinating subject of the transformation of civil & commercial law in contemporary China.

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Some Historical Notes on the Doctrinal Sources of American Conflict
1
Joseph Storys Contribution to American Conflict of Laws
21
Mancinis Nationality Rule and NonUnified Legal Systems
49
Uniform Legislation Versus International Conventions as a Method
87
The United States Joins the Hague Conference on Private International
99
Uniform Legislation Versus International Conventions Revisited
141
Full Faith and Credit to Judgments and Public Acts
169
Jurisdictionally Improper Fora
222
Ross and International Bankruptcy Law
273
On the Origin of the Bankruptcy Clause
288
Bankruptcy Treaties
299
Foreign Assets
340
Publication Versus Secrecy
363
Italy and West
383
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL APPENDIX
393
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Jurisdictionally Improper Fora in Treaties on Recognition of Judg
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