Conflict of laws
2 definitions found for this term.
Definitions are presented in the order source books were published (most recent first).
Using International Law in Canadian Courts, 2/e$70.00 – $112.00
Rules developed by states as part of their domestic law to resolve conflicts between their own laws and the laws of other states. Given their domestic law origins, it is something of a misnomer to describe these rules as international law. Like other areas of domestic law, however, there are now a number of multilateral treaties seeking to harmonize conflict rules across states.
Public International Law, 2/e$60.00 – $96.00
An area of domestic law governing the manner in which domestic courts deal with transactions having one or more foreign elements (e.g., an event or transaction occurring abroad or involving foreign nationals).