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Conflict of Laws (Private International Law)

Conflict of Laws (Private International Law)

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  • Author(s): Dr. G.P. Tripathi
  • Brand: Allahabad Law Agency
  • Edition: 2 Ed 2017
  • ISBN 13 9789381587065
  • Approx. Pages 606 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
Conflict of Laws or Private International Law (both names are in use) is that part of municipal law which deals with cases containing foreign elements. We know that while introducing our self to someone, we tell our name; if need be, name of the village, state or country as the situation demands. In southern part of our country, the name of father, mother and the village goes with one's name. We are known by village's name e.g. 'Supari', 'Sohgaura', Teedi' are various sub-surnames of 'Tripathi' or Tiwari' which is one 'surname' of 'Saryuparin Brahmins' caste. These are different villages in Gorakhpur (U.P.) which is the birth place of most of the brahmins in North and Central India; of U.P., M.P. and Chhatisgarh states; what do these Supari, Sohgaura, Peedi indicate; link with a village; village from which any brahmin has migrated, link with culture of that village, link with society of that village whose kith and kin one may be. This shows link with land of that village, affinity with that land. Great sons of India have sacrificed their life for the mother land, which is dearest to all, dearest to everybody.
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Contents
Chapter 1
Conflict of Laws (Private International Law)
Chapter 2
Theories of Conflict Rules
Chapter 3
Choice of Jurisdiction
Chapter 4
Choice of Law
Chapter 5
Characterisation (Giving legal name to the Facts)
Chapter 6
Renvoi (Remit back or Forward)
Chapter 7
Domicile
Chapter 8
Marriage, Sex and Conflict Rules
Chapter 9
Contracts Containing Foreign Elements
Chapter 10
Torts where in Foreign Elements are Involved
Chapter 11
Lex Situs Principle and Property (Mozambique Rule)
Chapter 12
Lex Forism, Adjudication and Choice of Law
Chapter 13
Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
Chapter 14
Cyberspace and Conflict Rules
Chapter 15
Intellectual Property Rights and Conflict Rules
Appendix 1 to 25
Bibliography

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Author Details
Author of this book is at present Director-cum-Emeritus Professor of Law in MATS Law Schoo-MATS University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh. He is nearing completion of 50 years of his teaching cum research experience in various universities including Allahabad University (now Central University), Gorakhpur University, Sagar University (now Dr. H.S.G. Central University), Sagar, MP, Lucknow, Kanpur, Agra, Meerut and Bhoj University, Bhopal. He has been the Visiting Professor of Law in HNLU, Raipur and CNLU, Patna. He became Professor, HOD and Dean in 1980 and has since occupied various positions as Principal (Lucknow, Meerut, Agra, Kanpur) and as Director(Subharti University, Meerut, U.R) and MATS Law School
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