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Trends of Private International Law

  • Authors
  • Pavel Kalensky
  • Editors
  • Štefan Luby
  • Otto Kunz

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-11
  2. Private International Law as a Social Phenomenon

    1. Pavel Kalensky
      Pages 13-21
  3. Historical Development of the Concepts of Private International Law

  4. “Universalism” and “Nationalism” in the Modern Doctrine of Private International Law Especially in Non-Socialist States

  5. The Object and Character of Private International Law and its Place in the System of Law

  6. Comparative Jurisprudence, Private International Law and the Law of International Trade

    1. Pavel Kalensky
      Pages 200-204
    2. Pavel Kalensky
      Pages 205-232
    3. Pavel Kalensky
      Pages 246-257
  7. The Substance and Character of Application of Foreign Law

  8. Back Matter
    Pages 294-308

About this book

Introduction

to Seeking the answer to the three basic questions of contempo­ rary private international law, I also deemed it essential to out­ line to the reader the historical development of the different concepts of this particular branch of law, for without the know­ ledge of this history it is impossible to understand the contempo­ rary problems. The fact that private international law oscillates between public international law and substantive municipal law as it is applied in individual countries creates considerable problems in both theory and practice. I have tried to deal with these problems in the third part of my study, concerning "universa­ lism" and "nationalism" in the doctrine of private international law, as well as in its fourth part, which is devoted to the object and nature of this law and its place in the overall system of law. The character of private international law, ensuing from the plurality of municipal laws - which also characterize the origin and existence of comparative jurisprudence - in­ spired me to produce the fifth part of this study, which prima­ rily tries to expJain the theoretical problems of comparative jurisprudence but does so - defining its objectives and possibili­ ties - in order to underline at the same time its role in private international law and in the law of international trade.

Keywords

conflict international law jurisprudence law laws private international law public international law survey

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-9590-4
  • Copyright Information Springer Science + Business Media B.V. 1971
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-011-8737-4
  • Online ISBN 978-94-011-9590-4
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