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Published on September 1st, 2017 | by Argyro Myzithra


New Book: Droit international privé

Authors: Marie-Laure Niboyet, Géraud de Geouffre de la Pradelle
Editor : L.G.D.J.
Collection: Manuels
ISBN: 978-2-275-04916-8
Release date: 08/2017
Page number: 768 pages
Language: French

In a world surprised by the ubiquity of its economic agents and the fluidity of trade, private international law is an excellent reflection of the transformations of society. At the very heart of the controversy over the role of the legal norm and access to the judge, this discipline has analyzed the phenomenon of the frontier since the earliest times and coordinates the diversity of laws and judges.
This manual is intended for students, but also for practitioners who are increasingly confronted with the very concrete difficulties of the internationalization of litigation. It incorporates all the instruments of EU private international law (including new regulations on matrimonial regimes and patrimonial effects of partnerships), developments linked to the development of fundamental rights and the impact on private international relations of the consecration in French law of extrajudicial divorce by mutual consent.
In accordance with the academic programs and the programs of the entrance examination to the CRFPA and the competition of the ENM, the structure of the book is as follows:

– a preliminary chapter, “First Benchmarks”, which was conceived as a concise but comprehensive presentation of the rules applicable to the main issues (persons, property, obligations, family relationships);
– a first part on international private relations (conflicts of laws);
– a second part on the international civil jurisdictions;
– a third part on the subjects of private relations (nationality and condition of aliens).

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