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Non-State Law in the (Proposed) Hague Principles on Choice of Law in International Contracts


Genevieve Saumier


McGill University - Faculty of Law

Lauro Gama Jr.


PUC-Rio

December 12, 2011

EL DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO EN LOS PROCESOS DE INTEGRACION REGIONAL, pp. 41-66, D.P. Fernandez Arroyo, J.J. Obando Peralta, eds., Editorial Juridica Continental, 2011

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In 2009, the Hague Conference on Private International Law mandated the preparation of an instrument on choice of law in international commercial contracts to a group of experts. The following paper examines the issues canvassed by the Working Group in relation to the designation of non-State law in international contracts. In particular, the paper considers the arguments supporting the proposal to sanction the parties’ ability to designate non-State law to govern their contract, whether or not they have also agreed to submit any eventual disputes to arbitration.

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Date posted: December 19, 2011  

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Saumier, Genevieve and Gama, Lauro, Non-State Law in the (Proposed) Hague Principles on Choice of Law in International Contracts (December 12, 2011). EL DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO EN LOS PROCESOS DE INTEGRACION REGIONAL, pp. 41-66, D.P. Fernandez Arroyo, J.J. Obando Peralta, eds., Editorial Juridica Continental, 2011. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1971302

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Genevieve Saumier (Contact Author)
McGill University - Faculty of Law ( email )
3644 Peel Street
Montreal H3A 1W9, Quebec
Canada
514-398-6637 (Phone)
Lauro Gama Jr.
PUC-Rio ( email )
Rua Marquas de Sao Vicente, 225
Rio De Janeiro, RJ 22453-900
Brazil
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