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The Resource A commitment to private international law : essays in honour of Hans van Loon, the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference on Private International Law = Un engagement au service du droit international privé : mélanges en lh̕onneur de Hans van Loon / Le Bureau Permanent de la Conférence de La Haye de droit international privé

A commitment to private international law : essays in honour of Hans van Loon, the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference on Private International Law = Un engagement au service du droit international privé : mélanges en lh̕onneur de Hans van Loon / Le Bureau Permanent de la Conférence de La Haye de droit international privé

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A commitment to private international law : essays in honour of Hans van Loon
Title
A commitment to private international law
Title remainder
essays in honour of Hans van Loon
Statement of responsibility
the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference on Private International Law = Un engagement au service du droit international privé : mélanges en lh̕onneur de Hans van Loon / Le Bureau Permanent de la Conférence de La Haye de droit international privé
Title variation
  • Engagement au service du droit international privé
  • Un engagement au service du droit international privé
Contributor
Honouree
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Cataloging source
CDX
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Language note
In English with contributions in French. Preface also in French
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Loon, J. H. A. van
  • Hague Conference on Private International Law
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Conflict of laws
  • Conflict of laws
Label
A commitment to private international law : essays in honour of Hans van Loon, the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference on Private International Law = Un engagement au service du droit international privé : mélanges en lh̕onneur de Hans van Loon / Le Bureau Permanent de la Conférence de La Haye de droit international privé
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
  • "Publications by/par Hans van Loon": pages xxi-xxx
  • Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Christophe Bernasconi,
  • Mayela Celis,
  • Alexander Kunzelmann
  • (Cross-border) surrogate motherhood: we need to take action now!
  • Katharina Boele-Woelki
  • Some reflections on multiculturalism, application of Islamic law, legal pluralism and the new EU succession regulation
  • Michael Bogdan
  • Conférence de La Heye et Union européenne : synergies dans le domaine du droit des successions
  • Andrea Bonomi
  • The protection of the rights of children and the recognition of Kafala
  • Foreword
  • Alegría Borrás
  • Jurisdictional developments and the new Hague Judgements Project
  • Ronald A. Brand
  • La migration de l'état civil
  • Andreas Bucher
  • La Convention sur les aspects civils de l'enlèvement international d'enfants et les droits de l'enfant
  • Jacques Chamberland
  • Divorce : a fundamental right?
  • Harry Duintjer Tebbens
  • Reflections on the Malta Process
  • Adair Dyer
  • William Duncan
  • Le droit international privé de la famille et les droits fondamentaux de l'enfant: le choc qui fait chic?
  • Bernard Dutoit
  • Strategic vision and common sense in the Hague Conventions since 1950 (mid-twentieth century)
  • Adair Dyer
  • Hermeneutic dialogue between Rome I and Rome II: general principles and argumentative rules
  • Francisco J. Garcimartín Alférez
  • Individualisme et mondialisation : aspects de droit international privé de la famille
  • Hélène Gaudemet-Tallon
  • The fruits of the Judgments Project
  • Towards global harmonization of conflict-of-laws rules in the area of secured financing: the conflict-of-laws recommendations of the UNCITRAL Legislative Guide on Secured Transactions
  • David Goddard
  • Building an international cooperation system for the civil protection of children
  • Ignacio Goicoechea,
  • Florencia Castro
  • Spyridon V. Bazinas
  • Post Neulinger case law of the European Court of Human Rights on the Hague Child Abduction Convention
  • Paul Beaumont,
  • Lara Walker
  • Of Luddites and luminaries: the use of modern technologies under the Hague Legal Co-operation Conventions
  • Christian Kohler
  • Innovative features of the Hague Securities Convention
  • Karl Kreuzer
  • Instrument optionnel international et droit international privé -- subordination ou indépendance?
  • Paul Lagarde
  • The Draft Hague Principles on the choice of law in international contracts and Rome I
  • Ole Lando
  • The need for a global cooperation network to protect foreign tourists/consumers and the comeback of private international law
  • Claudia Lima Marques
  • The missing link between determining the law applicable and the application of foreign law : building on the results of the Joint Conference on Access to Foreign Law in Civil and Commercial Matters (Brussels, 15-17 February 2012)
  • The Cape Town Convention and Protocols and the conflict of laws
  • Philippe Lortie,
  • Maja Groff
  • The 1993 Hague Intercountry Adoption Convention and subsidiarity: is the subsidiarity principle still "fit for purpose"?
  • Laura Martínez-Mora,
  • Hannah Baker,
  • Emmanuelle Harang
  • The right to a fair trial, forum non conveniens and the limits of the possible
  • David McClean
  • The 1996 Hague Convention and the European Union: connection and disconnection
  • Peter McEleavy
  • Roy Goode
  • The Lugano Convention and the International Court of Justice
  • Gustaf Möller
  • Substance and procedure: aspects of damages in tort in the conflict of laws
  • Robin Morse
  • L'arbitrage étranger et la reconnaissance des sentences arbitrales étrangères dans le nouveau droit portugais de l'arbitrage
  • Rui Manuel Moura Ramos
  • Exclusive choice of court agreements and parallel proceedings
  • Peter Arnt Nielsen
  • The relationships between Latin America and the Hague Conference regarding the recent developments of private international law
  • Didier Opertti Badán
  • The use of private international law escape devices to manage the mediate application of (foreign) human rights in civil and commercial disputes in Australia
  • Application of the 1961 Apostille Convention in Venezuelan exequatur proceedings
  • Gonzalo Parra-Arranguren
  • La Conférence de La Haye de droit international privé : vers une coopération judiciaire dans les matières civiles et commerciales à l'échelle universelle
  • Fernando Pualino Pereira
  • The revolution of private international law in the world at present, regarding the Mexican case
  • Leonel Pereznieto Castro
  • Thomas John,
  • Lukas Delahaye
  • Le dialogue des juges dans le contentieux privé international
  • Catherine Kessedjian
  • La proposition de la Commission européenne pour un "droit commun européen de la vente" vue sous l'angle des conflits de lois
  • Salla Saastamoinen
  • The abolition of exequatur and state liability for human rights violations through the enforcement of judgments in European family law
  • Andrea Schulz
  • The EU Maintenance Regulation and the Hague Maintenance Protocol of 2007 : recognition of foreign judgments and the public policy defence
  • Kurt Siehr
  • The many perspectives of private international law
  • David P. Stewart
  • Because it takes two to tango
  • Frederike E.M. Stikkelbroeck
  • Reconnaissance et hommage
  • Prospects for the Convention of 30 June 2005 on Choice of Court Agreements
  • A. (Teun) V.M. Struycken
  • The relativity of legal positions in cross-border situations: the foundations of private interregional law, private intra-community law and private international law
  • M.H. Ten Wolde
  • The evolution of technical assistance provided by intergovernmental organisations : a comparative study of the Hague Conference, IMF, WTO, Unidroit and UNCITRAL
  • Micah Thorner
  • A word of gratitude
  • Justice Thorpe
  • Beginning to rethink personal jurisdiction
  • Peter D. Trooboff
  • Recognition and enforcement of foreign civil protection orders : a topic for the Hague Conference?
  • Marta Pertegás,
  • Dorothea Van Iterson
  • Public policy in private international law and its continuing importance
  • Paul Vlas
  • The World War II Distomo massacre of Greek civilians by German armed forces and the right to effective judicial protection
  • Spyridon Vrellis
  • Principle of consensus and European Union legislative competence in relation to judicial cooperation in civil matters : challenges facing the Hague Conference on Private International Law
  • Rolf Wagner
  • A Japanese implementation bill for the 1980 Child Abduction Convention
  • Jun Yokoyama
  • Louise Ellen Teitz
  • Federalism and U.S. implementation of PIL conventions : implementing the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements
  • Peter H. Pfund
  • L'autonomie de la volonté dans les relations de famille internationales : regards sur les récents instruments internationaux
  • Mariel Revillard
  • The European private international law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxx, 672 pages
Isbn
9781780681504
Lccn
2013363938
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)841913642
Label
A commitment to private international law : essays in honour of Hans van Loon, the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference on Private International Law = Un engagement au service du droit international privé : mélanges en lh̕onneur de Hans van Loon / Le Bureau Permanent de la Conférence de La Haye de droit international privé
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
  • "Publications by/par Hans van Loon": pages xxi-xxx
  • Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Christophe Bernasconi,
  • Mayela Celis,
  • Alexander Kunzelmann
  • (Cross-border) surrogate motherhood: we need to take action now!
  • Katharina Boele-Woelki
  • Some reflections on multiculturalism, application of Islamic law, legal pluralism and the new EU succession regulation
  • Michael Bogdan
  • Conférence de La Heye et Union européenne : synergies dans le domaine du droit des successions
  • Andrea Bonomi
  • The protection of the rights of children and the recognition of Kafala
  • Foreword
  • Alegría Borrás
  • Jurisdictional developments and the new Hague Judgements Project
  • Ronald A. Brand
  • La migration de l'état civil
  • Andreas Bucher
  • La Convention sur les aspects civils de l'enlèvement international d'enfants et les droits de l'enfant
  • Jacques Chamberland
  • Divorce : a fundamental right?
  • Harry Duintjer Tebbens
  • Reflections on the Malta Process
  • Adair Dyer
  • William Duncan
  • Le droit international privé de la famille et les droits fondamentaux de l'enfant: le choc qui fait chic?
  • Bernard Dutoit
  • Strategic vision and common sense in the Hague Conventions since 1950 (mid-twentieth century)
  • Adair Dyer
  • Hermeneutic dialogue between Rome I and Rome II: general principles and argumentative rules
  • Francisco J. Garcimartín Alférez
  • Individualisme et mondialisation : aspects de droit international privé de la famille
  • Hélène Gaudemet-Tallon
  • The fruits of the Judgments Project
  • Towards global harmonization of conflict-of-laws rules in the area of secured financing: the conflict-of-laws recommendations of the UNCITRAL Legislative Guide on Secured Transactions
  • David Goddard
  • Building an international cooperation system for the civil protection of children
  • Ignacio Goicoechea,
  • Florencia Castro
  • Spyridon V. Bazinas
  • Post Neulinger case law of the European Court of Human Rights on the Hague Child Abduction Convention
  • Paul Beaumont,
  • Lara Walker
  • Of Luddites and luminaries: the use of modern technologies under the Hague Legal Co-operation Conventions
  • Christian Kohler
  • Innovative features of the Hague Securities Convention
  • Karl Kreuzer
  • Instrument optionnel international et droit international privé -- subordination ou indépendance?
  • Paul Lagarde
  • The Draft Hague Principles on the choice of law in international contracts and Rome I
  • Ole Lando
  • The need for a global cooperation network to protect foreign tourists/consumers and the comeback of private international law
  • Claudia Lima Marques
  • The missing link between determining the law applicable and the application of foreign law : building on the results of the Joint Conference on Access to Foreign Law in Civil and Commercial Matters (Brussels, 15-17 February 2012)
  • The Cape Town Convention and Protocols and the conflict of laws
  • Philippe Lortie,
  • Maja Groff
  • The 1993 Hague Intercountry Adoption Convention and subsidiarity: is the subsidiarity principle still "fit for purpose"?
  • Laura Martínez-Mora,
  • Hannah Baker,
  • Emmanuelle Harang
  • The right to a fair trial, forum non conveniens and the limits of the possible
  • David McClean
  • The 1996 Hague Convention and the European Union: connection and disconnection
  • Peter McEleavy
  • Roy Goode
  • The Lugano Convention and the International Court of Justice
  • Gustaf Möller
  • Substance and procedure: aspects of damages in tort in the conflict of laws
  • Robin Morse
  • L'arbitrage étranger et la reconnaissance des sentences arbitrales étrangères dans le nouveau droit portugais de l'arbitrage
  • Rui Manuel Moura Ramos
  • Exclusive choice of court agreements and parallel proceedings
  • Peter Arnt Nielsen
  • The relationships between Latin America and the Hague Conference regarding the recent developments of private international law
  • Didier Opertti Badán
  • The use of private international law escape devices to manage the mediate application of (foreign) human rights in civil and commercial disputes in Australia
  • Application of the 1961 Apostille Convention in Venezuelan exequatur proceedings
  • Gonzalo Parra-Arranguren
  • La Conférence de La Haye de droit international privé : vers une coopération judiciaire dans les matières civiles et commerciales à l'échelle universelle
  • Fernando Pualino Pereira
  • The revolution of private international law in the world at present, regarding the Mexican case
  • Leonel Pereznieto Castro
  • Thomas John,
  • Lukas Delahaye
  • Le dialogue des juges dans le contentieux privé international
  • Catherine Kessedjian
  • La proposition de la Commission européenne pour un "droit commun européen de la vente" vue sous l'angle des conflits de lois
  • Salla Saastamoinen
  • The abolition of exequatur and state liability for human rights violations through the enforcement of judgments in European family law
  • Andrea Schulz
  • The EU Maintenance Regulation and the Hague Maintenance Protocol of 2007 : recognition of foreign judgments and the public policy defence
  • Kurt Siehr
  • The many perspectives of private international law
  • David P. Stewart
  • Because it takes two to tango
  • Frederike E.M. Stikkelbroeck
  • Reconnaissance et hommage
  • Prospects for the Convention of 30 June 2005 on Choice of Court Agreements
  • A. (Teun) V.M. Struycken
  • The relativity of legal positions in cross-border situations: the foundations of private interregional law, private intra-community law and private international law
  • M.H. Ten Wolde
  • The evolution of technical assistance provided by intergovernmental organisations : a comparative study of the Hague Conference, IMF, WTO, Unidroit and UNCITRAL
  • Micah Thorner
  • A word of gratitude
  • Justice Thorpe
  • Beginning to rethink personal jurisdiction
  • Peter D. Trooboff
  • Recognition and enforcement of foreign civil protection orders : a topic for the Hague Conference?
  • Marta Pertegás,
  • Dorothea Van Iterson
  • Public policy in private international law and its continuing importance
  • Paul Vlas
  • The World War II Distomo massacre of Greek civilians by German armed forces and the right to effective judicial protection
  • Spyridon Vrellis
  • Principle of consensus and European Union legislative competence in relation to judicial cooperation in civil matters : challenges facing the Hague Conference on Private International Law
  • Rolf Wagner
  • A Japanese implementation bill for the 1980 Child Abduction Convention
  • Jun Yokoyama
  • Louise Ellen Teitz
  • Federalism and U.S. implementation of PIL conventions : implementing the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements
  • Peter H. Pfund
  • L'autonomie de la volonté dans les relations de famille internationales : regards sur les récents instruments internationaux
  • Mariel Revillard
  • The European private international law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxx, 672 pages
Isbn
9781780681504
Lccn
2013363938
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)841913642

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