Recueil des cours, Collected Courses, Tome/Volume 348

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Private International Law as Component of the Law of the Forum. General Course on Private International Law by M. Bogdan, Professor at the University of Lund.

La reconnaissance internationale des situations juridiques personnelles et familiales, par R. Baratta, professeur à l’Université de Macerata.

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Private International Law as Component of the Law of the Forum; General Course on Private International Law by Michael Bogdan: Chapter I. The purpose of this general course Chapter II. How international is private international law? Chapter III. Why and in whose interest do courts apply foreign law? Chapter IV. Some characteristic features of conflict rules Chapter V. Do arbitral tribunals have a lex fori? Chapter VI. Should conflict rules and foreign law be applied ex officio? Chapter VII. The principle of loyal application of foreign law Chapter VIII. Classification Chapter IX. Renvoi Chapter X. Public policy and overriding mandatory rules Chapter XI. Abuse of private international law Chapter XII. Foreign rules made by non-State or unrecognized entities Chapter XIII. Legal phenomena unknown to the lex fori Chapter XIV. Preliminary questions Chapter XV. The problem of equivalence Chapter XVI. Adjustment Chapter XVII. Foreign public law Bibliography La reconnaissance internationale des situations juridiques personnelles et familiales par Roberto Baratta: Introduction Chapitre I. Les techniques de reconnaissance visant à assurer la circulation des status dans une logique de pure coordination distributive entre ordres juridiques étatiques Chapitre II. Les techniques de reconnaissance visant à assurer la circulation des status dans une logique de protection des droits fondamentaux des personnes concernées Considérations à titre de conclusion Bibliographie sélective