Private International Law

Chapter

Abstract

Private international law (or conflict of laws) is a set of rules of law that determine which court has jurisdiction and which law governs a given legal dispute. It also determines whether, and if so under what conditions, a judgment rendered by a foreign court will be recognized and enforced domestically. Private international law typically applies when a legal dispute has an international element.

Keywords

Hague Convention Habitual Residence Consumer Contract Mandatory Rule Unjust Enrichment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CHUNG-ANG University, School of LawSeoulRepublic of Korea

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