4 edition of Restitution in Private International Law found in the catalog.
by Hart Publishing (UK)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||274|
“Countermeasures and Sanctions.” In International Law. 4th ed. Edited by Malcolm Evans, – Oxford: Oxford University Press, E-mail Citation» Argue that non-military sanctions adopted by the Security Council under Chapter VII are compatible with international law but subject to the limitations of human rights and proportionality. The Right to Restitution and Compensation in International Law and the Displaced Palestinians. The Palestine Question in International Law, 37 Pages Posted: 17 Jul and for property loss have become well-grounded features in contemporary international law. The paper argues that these principles from international law should shape Cited by: 2.
Peter D. Maddaugh and John D. McCamus, The Law of Restitution. Aurora, Ont.: Canada Law Books, Pp. x, [$]. Reviewed by Robert Yalden *. The last few years have been eventful ones for the law of restitution in Canada. This book presents a detailed study on compensation and restitution in investor state arbitration pursuant to investment treaties. The study begins by examining the historical roots of the principles of reparation, restitution, and compensation in international law as reflected in the landmark Chorzów Factory : Borzu Sabahi.
T. M. Yeo. Hardcover 18 November Oxford Private International Law Series. Choice-of-court Agreements under the European Instruments and the Hague Convention. The law of restitution raises fundamental questions about the relationship between legal norms and the demands of justice. The course will focus on the law of restitution emphasizing American cases, and will include discussion of the restitutionary remedies that are given in cases of unjust enrichment.
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About Restitution in Private International Law. This important new book fills a large gap in legal literature by examining restitution in private international law,including both the jurisdiction and choice of law questions facing restitutionary claims with international elements. George Panagopoulos, Restitution in Private International Law.
Portland, Or.: Hart, Pp. xxvi, This is a thorough study of restitution in private international law, seen from the perspective of English law, which originally served as the author's doctoral dissertation at.
Restitution in private international law. [George Panagopoulos] -- "The central part of the book examines the choice of law rule for restitutionary issues, and reviews the different approaches adopted in the US and UK and in other parts of the common law world. Private international law is an essential backdrop against which to consider restitution and spoliation claims, not only in terms of Restitution in Private International Law book determination of venue for dispute resolution, but also as regards the law to govern problems of ownership and by: 3.
Lionel Smith: Date: Tue, 28 Nov & private international law. Just out from Hart Publishing is George Panagopoulos' book, "Restitution in Private International Law", ISBNBe warned that very few propositions in Restitution command universal agreement, and certainly not this one.
Have a nice day. In Restitution, Ward Farnsworth presents a guide to this body of law that is compact, lively, and insightful―the first treatment of its kind that the American law of restitution has received. The book explains restitution doctrines, remedies, and defenses with unprecedented clarity and illustrates them with vivid examples.5/5(3).
The purpose of this book is to explore what role ethical discourse plays in public and private international law. The book seeks (1) to delineate the role of ethical investigation in creating Author: James Edelman. Congratulations to RDG member Andrew Dickinson, whose new book The Rome II Regulation: The Law Applicable to Non-Contractual Obligations is about to appear from OUP.
The book lists for the lawyerly sum of £, but Andrew has informed me that a 20% discount is available to list members for those who purchase pre-publication; the code to enter is ALCWDICK The Law of Restitution. Third Edition.
Andrew A. Burrows. One of the most authoritative accounts of the law of restitution available, written by a leading figure in the field; The clear and concise writing style illuminates an often complex subject, making this essential reading for all those with an interest in restitution.
If restitution in kind is impermissible under international law, then the broader “compensatory restitution” is, with even greater force, also impermissible.
The key finding is that international law does not permit “compensatory restitution,” nor does it permit unilateral seizures of cultural objects under some broader notion of by: 3. ability of restitution in international law, and should serve as a warning to the International Law Commission not to be unduly dogmatic or over-ambitious in its quest for universal rules in its Draft Articles on the choice between restitution and compensation.
The caution of the International Court of Justice in this and other cases. The law of restitution is a major branch of private law which is not well understood. This is the first book dedicated to the law of restitution in Singapore providing an analysis of the principles of the law of restitution with reference to two distinct parts, namely, unjust enrichment and restitution for wrongs.
International Academy of Comparative Law.1 Information on other legal systems will only be mentioned occasionally. As most of the national reports deal with the private international law reactions to same-sex marriages and registered partnerships, the private international law questions relating to.
common law.5 Private law, however, has limits. Some of the greatest challenges in legal thinking are posed by the interaction of private law with public institutions.6 Although it is important that a party should be able to obtain restitution as a response to a public authority’s unjust enrichment at a.
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Irini A. Stamatoudi This invaluable book, for the first time, brings together the international and European Union legal framework on cultural property law and the restitution of cultural property.
Drawing on the author’s extensive experience of international disputes, it. This new textbook outlines the general principles of the rapidly developing subject of the Law of Restitution.
Restitution is concerned with the reversing of unjust enrichment and was recently recognized as a discrete body of law by the House of Lords although restitutionary principles have infact been evolving for over than taking the traditional approach which assumes that.
Books & Publications: Private collections. Restitutions and Case News. Printer Friendly Format. Title Introduction to the International Law on the Restitution of Works of Art Looted During Armed Conflicts. Part I. Author Wojciech Kowalski. Date July Location. The modern law of restitution is a common law doctrine derived from the law of quasi-contract, which aims to prevent or reverse unjust enrichment.
Restitution - The Laws of Australia offers a principles-based, practical guide to this complex and dynamic area of the law. As such, it is essential reading for practitioners and students alike.
Buy Restitution Law Review Vol edited by Francis Rose, published by Marenex Press fromthe World's Legal Bookshop. Shipping in the. this new edition of The Law of Restitution is, without doubt, a wonderful account of this important and fascinating area of law. If you are interested in the law of restitution and unjust enrichment, you should add Professor Burrows' The Law of Restitution to your library/5(3).Private international law is opposite to public international law which refers to the rights and interaction of countries.
Private international law is focused on the rules, called choice of law rules, used to select foreign law. Private international law is applied for example when a contract is signed in one country and is sent to another.Books & Publications: 'Introduction to International Law of Restitution of Works of Art Looted During Armed Conflicts.
Part II' Looted Art Bibliographies. Research Programmes. Return of artworks by Bavaria to high-ranking Nazi families.
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