Declining Jurisdiction in Private International Law by J. J. FawcettDeclining Jurisdiction in Private International Law by J. J. Fawcett

Declining Jurisdiction in Private International Law

EditorJ. J. Fawcett

Hardcover | December 1, 1994

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The subject of declining jurisdiction in private international law is one of enormous practical importance and academic interest. It is also a topic where a comparative approach is particularly revealing. This book contains the 17 national reports and the general report on the subject of`Rules for declining to exercise jurisdiction: Forum Non Conveniens, Lis Pendens'. The Reports were held in Athens/Delphi in August 1994. The list of nations for which a report has been prepared is as follows: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Quebec, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece,Israel, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, and USA.This book by bringing together all the reports on `Declining Jurisdiction' provides a unique insight into this topic, and, dealing as it does with a key aspect of private international law, fits very well into the Oxford series of monographs on private international law.

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J.J. Fawcett is Professor of International Commercial Law, University of Nottingham.
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Title:Declining Jurisdiction in Private International LawFormat:HardcoverDimensions:508 pages, 9.25 × 6.22 × 1.3 inPublished:December 1, 1994Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:019825959X

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`'each national entry is of great interest, many contain thoughtful and balanced legal analysis.''Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly