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cowan at mercury.ccil.org
Tue May 29 05:29:27 UTC 2001
phil hunt scripsit:
> What if a case is held outside the USA, for example in England?
> Is an English court likely to use US law? Surely it would prefer to use
> English law?
No, an English court will use U.S. law or for that matter Taiwanese law
if their own choice-of-law rules say to do so. For example, a case involving
real estate is usually decided by the law in force where the property is.
John Cowan cowan at ccil.org
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