Choice of law for immovable property issues: new directions in the European Union and the United States
In both the European Union and the United States, it is a dynamic period for private international law regarding immovable property issues. The predominant approach has been that these issues are governed by the lex rei sitae —that is, the law of the State where the immovable is located. However, th...
|Source:||Revista española de derecho internacional, ISSN 0034-9380, Vol. 74, Nº 1, 2022, pags. 81-108|
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