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by Richard Fentiman

eBook Foreign Law in English Courts: Pleading, Proof and Choice of Law (Oxford Private International Law Series) ePub
Author: Richard Fentiman
Language: English
ISBN: 019825878X
ISBN13: 978-0198258780
Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (August 27, 1998)
Pages: 368
Category: Legal Theory & Systems
Subcategory: Law
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This book is concerned with the pleading and proof of foreign law in English courts. University Press are to be warmly congratulated on promoting a series of specialist monographs in Private International Law. nearly 350 pages of balanced and detailed text.

This book is concerned with the pleading and proof of foreign law in English courts. Fentiman argues that the law is both more complex and more defensible than had previously been supposed. By providing a practical guide to the subject. As one would expect from Oxford University Press the work is handsomely produced with detailed footnotes containing full references to common law and civil law jurisdictions.

The pleading and proof of foreign law are often treated as atters of. .Is foreign law to be treated as law or as fact? If fact, who decides it, judge or jury? If judge, may he take judicial notice of it? If not, may he rely.

The pleading and proof of foreign law are often treated as atters of peripheral importance. Contemporary private international law is a subject characterized by a marked interaction between scholarly and practitioner interests. The series is designed to accommodate this. Is foreign law to be treated as law or as fact? If fact, who decides it, judge or jury? If judge, may he take judicial notice of it? If not, may he rely upon all relevant evidence? Where does the burden of proof lie? What standard of proof is required?

The pleading and proof of foreign law are often treated as atters of.Richard Fentiman was a Practising solicitor at Clifford Chance between 1978 and 1981. It is often unclear whether the rules for choice of law are mandatory, andwhether the application of foreign law is therefore required. By providing a practical guide to the subject, he presents the conflict of laws in a way which is both novel and illuminating. About the Author: Richard Fentman, Fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge, is Lecturer in Law in the University of Cambridge. Visit Seller's Storefront.

Pleading, Proof and Choice of Law. Richard Fentiman. Oxford University Press are to be warmly congratulated on promoting a series of specialist monographs in Private International Law. Oxford Private International Law Series. How foreign law is established, and whether it must be relied upon at all, are central issues in private international law, with important implications in principle and in practice.

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Author : Richard Fentiman. Publisher : Oxford University Press (UK). R. 2,674 on (FREE Delivery) R. 5,919 kart (FREE Delivery). The aim of the Oxford Monographs in Private International Law series is to publish work of high quality and originality in a number of important areas of private international law. The series is intended for both scholarly and practitioner readers. Users who liked this book, also liked. Restitution in Private International Law (English).

C Fundamentals of the Common Law Rules of Private International La. d Foreign law which is applicable and pleaded must be proved as to its content. v Burden of proof and presumptions.

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Choice of law is a procedural stage in the litigation of a case involving the conflict of laws when it is necessary to reconcile the differences between the laws of different legal jurisdictions, such as sovereign states, federated states (as in the U.

Choice of law is a procedural stage in the litigation of a case involving the conflict of laws when it is necessary to reconcile the differences between the laws of different legal jurisdictions, such as sovereign states, federated states (as in the US), or provinces. The outcome of this process is potentially to require the courts of one jurisdiction to apply the law of a different jurisdiction in lawsuits arising from, say, family law, tort, or contract.

This book is concerned with the pleading and proof of foreign law in English courts. Fentiman argues that the law is both more complex and more defensible than had previously been supposed. By providing a practical guide to the subject, he presents the conflict of laws in a way which is both novel and illuminating.
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