Dicey and Morris is renowned worldwide as the foremost authority on the conflict of laws. It is an essential work for every practitioner who deals with private international law, including contracts made or performed in other jurisdictions or with foreign parties, property situated overseas, disputes relating to torts committed abroad or committed by foreign parties, and personal and family matters involving people in other jurisdictions. Important legislation covered includes the Private International Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1995 and the Arbitration Act 1996.* Covers all recent developments in statute and case law, including rulings of the European Court of Justice* Chapters on jurisdiction, forum non conveniens, arbitration, restitution and torts have been rewritten to take account of major changes in the law* Supplemented annually to stay up to date with developments in legislation and case law
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The prince of legal textbooks.It is indeed, impossible to imagine a major set of chambers or firm of solicitors without this book... its real claim to authority is its combination of erudition and lucidity... a glance at the table of contents will demonstrate how necessary, besides attractive, this book is.The thirteenth edition of this outstanding legal treatise is quite as good as its legal predecessors were and Dicey and Morris retains its position as one of the very best of legal practitioners' works as well as prominence as an academic text.This publication belongs to the selective group of books that sets standards in its particular field...What distinguishes this scholarly work from similar or less ambitious ones?...it is the clarity of the text and meticulous manner in which the problems are analysed and the arguments presented...Having attained a global recognition as a standard work, it is an essential tool for understanding the theory and practice of the conflict of laws worldwide...These two volumes deserve a place in all comparative law libraries and it is difficult to imagine a good law library without them.The editors of the current edition should be congratulated for fully maintaining and enhancing the reputation of this excellent book. Lord Goff of Chieveley.
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