This dissertation consists of five parts:Part Ⅰ demonstrates the laws applicable to the validity of international commercial arbitration agreement. The arbitration tribunal should firstly apply the law designated by two parties which includes special country' s internal law, international convention, general principle of law, ideal of justice and goodwill and arbitration rule of special arbitration organization.
The arbitration tribunal should firstly apply the laws fixed in the arbitration agreement, which include special country' s internal law, unified international substantive convention, international commercial practice, general principle of law, ideal of justice and goodwill and common will of two parties. Without the above law and rule, the arbitration tribunal can determine the applicable law and rule directly or through relative conflict rules.
Definition of the problem: The differentiation between "therapeutic" and "non-therapeutic" research has found broad acceptance within clinical research, law and medical ethics and is part of national law and international declarations.
Realizing international children's rights through implementation of national law
To this end, the study pulls together analyses of relevant parts of international and supra-national law within the context of Turkish migrants in Europe which are applicable in protecting the rights of immigrants.
Introduction Theme I: The Relationship between International Law and National Law
Notes on the Relationship between International Law and National Law
by drafting and adopting Finnish internal law provisions deemed to be necessary for the proper implementation of the international obligations under the Hague Convention.
Interestingly, this Court has also been proactive as to the application of the principle of proportionality in internal law, e.g.
Both a quantitative analysis of the coupling law and a good command of the internal law between them are useful for making comprehensive decisions about the environment and economic development and harmonizing the urban sustainable development.
In this paper, the internal law of delay in the secondary literature publishing process is presented.
ECLG makes a number of suggestions to overcome the lacunae left by the "new approach," especially by opting for minimal harmonisation, by applying rules of private internal law under the Rome Convention, and by providing for safeguard clauses.