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Collier's conflict of laws / Pippa Rogerson.

By: Rogerson, Pippa [author].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2016Edition: Fourth edition.Description: lix, 454 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780521735056 (paperback).Other title: Conflict of laws.Subject(s): Conflict of laws | Conflict of laws -- EnglandOnline resources: e-book | Publisher web page
Contents:
The subject matter, p.1 -- The name, p.3 -- Geographieal considerations, p.4 -- Glossary, p.5 -- CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ENGLISH CONFLICT OF LAWS, p.6 -- Late development, p.6 -- Legislation: the inereasing role of the EU, p.8 -- DOMICILE AND HABITUAL RESIDENCE, p.11 -- Introduction: personal eonnecting factor for choice of law and jurisdiction, p.11 -- Meaning of domicile, p.12 -- Domicile of origin, p.14 -- Domicile of choice, p.14 -- Domicile of dependence, p.23 -- Criticism and reform, p.27 -- Ordinary residence, p.31 -- Habitual residence, p.32 -- Habitual residence in EU legislation, p.36 -- Corporations, p.37 -- SELECTED ASPECTS OF PROCEDURE OF THE ENGLISH COURT, p.40 -- Introduction, p.40 -- Outline of a case, p.41 -- Pleading and proof of foreign law, p.46 -- JURISDICTION OF THE ENGLISH COURTS, p.52 -- Introduction, p.52 -- Preliminary matters: a good arguable case and a serious issue to be tried, p.55 -- Brussels I Regulation, p.56 -- NATIONAL RULES OF JURISDICTION, p.139 -- Jurisdiction under national law (induding staying of proceedings), p.139 -- Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements, p.186 -- Relationship between Brussels I Regulation and national rules of jurisdiction, p.188 -- PROVISIONAL MEASURES, p.206 -- Introduction, p.206 -- Freezing injunctions, p.207 -- FOREIGN JUDGMENTS, p.217 -- Introduction, p.217 -- Theories of recognition and enforcement, p.217 -- Recognition and enforcement under the Brussels I Regulation, p.221 -- Other European procedures, p.236 -- Recognition and enforcement under nationallaw rules, p.236 -- Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements, p.261
CHOICE OF LAW RULES, p.264 -- Introduction, p.264 -- Analysis, p.264 -- Connecting factors, p.266 -- Characterisation, p.267 -- Renvoi, p.280 -- Time factor, p.288 -- CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS, p.291 -- Introduction, p.291 -- Background to Rome I Regulation, p.294 -- Temporal scope and interpretation, p.294 -- Material scope and exceptions, p.295 -- Effect of applicable law, p.297 -- General rules, p.300 -- Special rules, p.317 -- Formal validity, p.319 -- Capacity, p.320 -- Exceptions to the applicable law, p.321-- Public policy and mandatory rules, p.323 -- Effect of illegality on a contract, p.329 -- Unilateral rules, p.333 -- Liability in both contract and tort, p.333 -- NON-CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS, p.335 -- Introduction, p.335 -- Universal application and interpretation, p.337 -- Temporal scope, p.338 -- 'Non-contractual obligation', p.339 -- Exdusion of renvoi, p.342 -- Habitual residence, p.342 -- Damage, p.343 -- Effect of the applicable law, p.343 -- Applicable law of non-contractual obligations arising out of a tort/delict, p.346 -- Rules of safety and conduct, p.355 -- Particular non-contractual obligations, p.355 -- Parties' choice of law, p.362 -- Liability in both contract and tort, p.363 -- Effect of a contract limiting liability, p.364 -- Mandatory rules and public policy, p.365 -- Defamation, ete. (the common law rule of double actionability), p.366 -- Trusts, p.369 -- PROPERTY p.377 -- Introduction, p.377 -- Characterisation, p.377 -- Immovables, p.380 -- Tangible movables, p.385 -- Intangible property, p.396 -- Involuntary transfers, p.405 -- AVOIDING THE RESULTS OF THE CHOICE OF LAW PROCESS, p.412 -- Introduction, p.412 -- Substance and procedure, p.412 -- Renvoi, p.423 -- Public policy, p.424 -- Unilateral choice of law rules, p.433 -- Mandatory rules, p.434.
Summary: "This reworked version of Conflict of Laws introduces a new generation of students to the classic. It has been completely rewritten to reflect all the recent developments including the increased legislation and case law in the field. The author's teaching experience is reflected in her ability to provide students with a clear statement of rules which sets out a framework to the subject, before adding detail and critical analysis. Recognising that the procedural aspect of the subject challenges most students, the book explores conflict of laws in its practical context to ensure understanding. Teachers will appreciate the logical structure, which has been reworked to reflect teaching in the field today. Retaining the authority that was the hallmark of the previous edition, this contemporary and comprehensive textbook is essential reading"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1.INTRODUCTION p.1 -- 1. The subject matter, p.1 -- 2. The name, p.3 -- 3. Geographieal considerations, p.4 -- 4. Glossary, p.5 -- 2 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ENGLISH CONFLICT OF LAWS, p.6 -- 1. Late development, p.6 -- 2. Legislation: the inereasing role of the EU, p.8 -- 3 DOMICILE AND HABITUAL RESIDENCE, p.11 -- 1. Introduction: personal eonnecting factor for choice of law and jurisdiction, p.11 -- 2. Meaning of domicile, p.12 -- 3. Domicile of origin, p.14 -- 4. Domicile of choice, p.14 -- 5. Domicile of dependence, p.23 -- 6. Criticism and reform, p.27 -- 7. Ordinary residence, p.31 -- 8. Habitual residence, p.32 -- 9. Habitual residence in EU legislation, p.36 -- 10. Corporations, p.37 -- 4 SELECTED ASPECTS OF PROCEDURE OF THE ENGLISH COURT, p.40 -- 1. Introduction, p.40 -- 2. Outline of a case, p.41 -- 3. Pleading and proof of foreign law, p.46 -- 5 JURISDICTION OF THE ENGLISH COURTS, p.52 -- 1. Introduction, p.52 -- 2. Preliminary matters: a good arguable case and a serious issue to be tried, p.55 -- 3. Brussels I Regulation, p.56 -- 6 NATIONAL RULES OF JURISDICTION, p.139 -- 1. Jurisdiction under national law (induding staying of proceedings), p.139 -- 2. Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements, p.186 -- 3. Relationship between Brussels I Regulation and national rules of jurisdiction, p.188 -- 7 PROVISIONAL MEASURES, p.206 -- 1. Introduction, p.206 -- 2. Freezing injunctions, p.207 -- 8 FOREIGN JUDGMENTS, p.217 -- 1. Introduction, p.217 -- 2. Theories of recognition and enforcement, p.217 -- 3. Recognition and enforcement under the Brussels I Regulation, p.221 -- 4. Other European procedures, p.236 -- 5. Recognition and enforcement under nationallaw rules, p.236 -- 6. Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements, p.261

9 CHOICE OF LAW RULES, p.264 -- 1. Introduction, p.264 -- 2. Analysis, p.264 -- 3. Connecting factors, p.266 -- 4. Characterisation, p.267 -- 5. The incidental question, p.277 -- 6. Renvoi, p.280 -- 7. Time factor, p.288 -- 10 CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS, p.291 -- 1. Introduction, p.291 -- 2. Background to Rome I Regulation, p.294 -- 3. Temporal scope and interpretation, p.294 -- 4. Material scope and exceptions, p.295 -- 5. Effect of applicable law, p.297 -- 6. General rules, p.300 -- 7. Special rules, p.317 -- 8. Formal validity, p.319 -- 9. Capacity, p.320 -- 10. Exceptions to the applicable law, p.321-- 11. Public policy and mandatory rules, p.323 -- 12. Effect of illegality on a contract, p.329 -- 13. Unilateral rules, p.333 -- 14. Liability in both contract and tort, p.333 -- 11 NON-CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS, p.335 -- 1. Introduction, p.335 -- 2. Universal application and interpretation, p.337 -- 3. Temporal scope, p.338 -- 4. 'Non-contractual obligation', p.339 -- 5. Exdusion of renvoi, p.342 -- 6. Habitual residence, p.342 -- 7. Damage, p.343 -- 8. Effect of the applicable law, p.343 -- 9. Applicable law of non-contractual obligations arising out of a tort/delict, p.346 -- 10. Rules of safety and conduct, p.355 -- 11. Particular non-contractual obligations, p.355 -- 12. Parties' choice of law, p.362 -- 13. Liability in both contract and tort, p.363 -- 14. Effect of a contract limiting liability, p.364 -- 15. Mandatory rules and public policy, p.365 -- 16. Defamation, ete. (the common law rule of double actionability), p.366 -- 17. Trusts, p.369 -- 12 PROPERTY p.377 -- 1. Introduction, p.377 -- 2. Characterisation, p.377 -- 3. Immovables, p.380 -- 4. Tangible movables, p.385 -- 5. Intangible property, p.396 -- 6. Involuntary transfers, p.405 -- 13 AVOIDING THE RESULTS OF THE CHOICE OF LAW PROCESS, p.412 -- 1. Introduction, p.412 -- 2. Substance and procedure, p.412 -- 3. Renvoi, p.423 -- 4. Public policy, p.424 -- 5. Unilateral choice of law rules, p.433 -- 6. Mandatory rules, p.434.

"This reworked version of Conflict of Laws introduces a new generation of students to the classic. It has been completely rewritten to reflect all the recent developments including the increased legislation and case law in the field. The author's teaching experience is reflected in her ability to provide students with a clear statement of rules which sets out a framework to the subject, before adding detail and critical analysis. Recognising that the procedural aspect of the subject challenges most students, the book explores conflict of laws in its practical context to ensure understanding. Teachers will appreciate the logical structure, which has been reworked to reflect teaching in the field today. Retaining the authority that was the hallmark of the previous edition, this contemporary and comprehensive textbook is essential reading"-- Provided by publisher.

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