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Autori: Kunda, Ivana
Naslov: Defining Internationally Mandatory Rules in European Private International Law of Contracts
Izvornik: Zeitschrift für Gemeinschaftsprivatrecht (1612-9229) 4 (2007), 5; 210-222
Vrsta rada: članak
Ključne riječi: European private international law; internationally mandatory rules; definition; Rome Convention; Rome I Regulation
Sažetak:
Internationally Mandatory Rules represent a private international law method that has acquired a certain degree of recognition in case law, legal codifications and scholarship. Yet, there seems to be insufficient clarity regarding their conceptual features. This article looks into the two basic conditions under which a rule may be characterised as being internationally mandatory, particularly within the framework of the European Union private international law: the interest criterion and the overriding criterion. It discusses the development and analysis the wording of the provisions contained in the Rome Convention and the proposal for its conversion into the Rome I Regulation. It propounds that not only the "interventionist" rules, but also the combined "interventionist-protective" rules may be classified as internationally mandatory.
Projekt / tema: 115-1151212-2638
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
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Google Scholar: Defining Internationally Mandatory Rules in European Private International Law of Contracts
Upisao u CROSBI: Ivana Kunda (ikunda@pravri.hr), 26. Lis. 2007. u 13:45 sati



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