Chaos Renewed: The Rome I Regulation vs. Other Sources of EU Law: A Classification of Conflicting Provisions
Yearbook of Private International Law, Vol. 14 (2012/2013), pp. 539-558
20 Pages Posted: 12 Sep 2013 Last revised: 12 Nov 2013
Date Written: September 10, 2013
The article summarizes the different conflicting private international law provisions of the EU. It classifies the rules and makes several subgroups in order to understand the attributes of the different regulations/directives.
Keywords: contracts, consumer law, private international law, choice-of-law, fragmentation, EU law
JEL Classification: K12, K2
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Ziegler, Tamas Dezso and Takacs, Izolda, Chaos Renewed: The Rome I Regulation vs. Other Sources of EU Law: A Classification of Conflicting Provisions (September 10, 2013). Yearbook of Private International Law, Vol. 14 (2012/2013), pp. 539-558, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2323821
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