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Recueil des cours, Collected Courses, Tome 380

Recueil des cours, Collected Courses, Tome 380

Recueil des cours, Collected CoursesTable of contents

The Global Horizon of Private International Law, by J. H. A. van Loon, Former Secretary General of The Hague Conference.
Excerpt of table of contents:
Chapter I. The development of private international law against the backdrop of the evolving nation-State (Nos. 1-25)
A. Origins and early development of private international law (Nos. 1-5)
B. Birth of the Hague Conference on private international law (Nos. 6-7)
C. Establishment of the Hague Conference as an international organization – early innovations (Nos. 8-17)
D. Globalization – its effects on the nation-State (Nos. 18-25)
Chapter II. The impact of globalization on the development of private international law (Nos. 26-83)
A. Rising profile, proliferation of sources, new approaches (Nos. 26-34)
B. Commerce and trade : party autonomy within limits (Nos. 35-59)
C. Families and children : direct transnational institutional co-operation
and interaction with human rights (Nos. 60-83)
Chapter III. Global challenges for private international law on the horizon (Nos. 84-149)
A. People on the move (Nos. 87-104)
B. Environment and climate change (Nos. 105-149)
Some general conclusions.
L’arbitrage dans l’espace OHADA, par P.-G. Pougoué, professeur émérite à l’université de Yaoundé II.
Excerpt of table of contents:
Prolégomènes: Place de l’arbitrage dans la stratégie de l’OHADA
Section I. Avant l’avènement de l’OHADA
Section II. Depuis l’avènement de l’OHADA
Chapitre I. Cadrage général de l’ordre juridique arbitral dans l’espace OHADA
Section I. Unification du régime juridique de l’arbitrage
Paragraphe I. Unification de la notion de l’arbitrage
Paragraphe II. Absolutisme de l’unité de régime juridique de l’arbitrage dans l’espace OHADA
Section II. Simplification du domaine de l’arbitrage
Paragraphe I. Approche simplifiée de l’arbitrabilité objective
Paragraphe II. Approche simplifiée de l’arbitrabilité subjective
Chapitre II. Mise en oeuvre de la justice arbitrale dans l’espace OHADA
Section I. Principe matriciel de liberté
Section II. Principe matriciel de sécurité juridique
Paragraphe I. Justice arbitrale, justice à part entière
Paragraphe II. Justice arbitrale, justice à efficacité renforcée
Annexe I : Traité OHADA
Annexe II : Règlement d’arbitrage de la CCJA du 11 mars 1999
Annexe III : Acte uniforme du 11 mars 1999 relatif au droit de l’arbitrage
Annexe IV : Règlement d’arbitrage d’un centre privé d’arbitrage (Arbitrage régi par l’Acte uniforme relatif au droit de l’arbitrage) : Cas du Centre permanent d’arbitrage et de médiation du centre africain pour le droit et le développement (CPAM – CADEV), Douala

The Quest for Legal Certainty in International Civil Cases, by T. Kruger, Professor at the University of Antwerp.
Excerpt of table of contents:
Chapter I. What is legal certainty?
A. The starting point
B. Objective and subjective legal certainty
C. Legal certainty on which level?
D. Legal certainty for whom?
E. Legal certainty by whom?
F. Legal certainty and other principles or ideals
G. Concluding words
Chapter II. Legal certainty and the troubled history of private international law
A. Why we apply foreign law
B. The history of private international law
C. The US approach to conflict of laws
D. Developments in EU private international law
E. The application of foreign law
F. Concluding words
Chapter III. Seeking the best connection
A. Connections in family law: proximity versus stability
B. The best connections for obligations
C. Choice as a connection guaranteeing legal certainty
D. Protection of parties in a weak (bargaining) position
E. Country of origin?
F. Principle of recognition
G. Closer connection/better law: escape clauses
H. Concluding words
Chapter IV. Corrections and exceptions to the connection
A. Classification and reclassification
B. Renvoi
C. Public policy
D. Mandatory rules
E. Evasion of the law
F. Free movement/trade-related policy
G. Harmonization/unification
H. Concluding words
Chapter V. Litigation planning and strategies
A. The best connection for purposes of jurisdiction: strict rules or flexibility?
B. Parallel proceedings
C. Concluding words
Chapter VI. Recognition and enforcement
A. General
B. Enforcement
C. Recognition and the applicable law test (contrôle de la loi applicable)
D. Concluding words
Conclusions and proposed solutions
A. The best connections
B. Exception
C. Final words
Bibliography; Cases; Books and chapters in books; Journal articles; Legislation.

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