The Conflict of Laws in New Zealand
A comprehensive analysis of civil cross-border matters in New Zealand
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The Conflict of Laws in New Zealand provides a thorough treatment of the principles and rules applying to the cross-border aspects of civil claims and proceedings in New Zealand.
The first comprehensive text on the conflict of laws (private international law) in New Zealand, the book covers adjudicatory jurisdiction, choice of law, the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments, and civil procedure specific to cross-border disputes. It has dedicated chapters explaining the rules applicable to obligations (including contract and tort), property and trusts, succession, family law, and corporations and insolvency.
Co-authored by a practitioner and an academic, the book is an indispensable resource for practitioners, academics, the judiciary and students, addressing both the theoretical basis of the subject and the practical application of its rules and principles.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Jurisdiction
Chapter 3: Procedure
Chapter 4: Choice of law
Chapter 5: Foreign judgements
Chapter 6: Obligations
Chapter 7: Property and trusts
Chapter 8: Administration and succession
Chapter 9: Family
Chapter 10: Corporations