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PART I: INTRODUCTION 1: Definition, Nature and Scope of Private International Law 2: Historical Development and Current Theories PART II: PRELIMINARY TOPICS 3: Classification 4: The Incidental Question 5: Renvoi 6: Substance and Procedure 7: The Proof of Foreign Law 8: Exclusion of Foreign Law 9: Domicile, Nationality and Residence PART III: JURISDICTION, FOREIGN JUDGMENTS AND AWARDS 10: Jurisdiction of the English Courts-An Introduction 11: Jurisdiction under the Brussels/Lugano System 12: The Competence of the English Courts under the Traditional Rules 13: Stays and the Management of Parallel Proceedings 14: Limitations on Jurisdiction 15: Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments-An Introduction 16: Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments: the Traditional Rules 17: Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments Under the Brussels/Lugano System 18: Foreign Arbitral Awards PART IV: THE LAW OF OBLIGATIONS 19: Contracts 20: Non-Contractual Obligations PART V: FAMILY LAW 21: Marriage and Other Adult Relationships 22: Matrimonial and Related Causes 23: Declarations 24: Financial Relief 25: Children 26: Cross-border Surrogacy 27: Legitimacy, Legitimation and Adoption 28: Mental Incapacity PART VI: THE LAW OF PROPERTY 29: The Distinction Between Movables and Immovables 30: Immovables 31: The Transfer of Tangible Movables 32: The Assignment of Intangible Movables 33: Corporations 34: Insolvency 35: Administration of Estates 36: Succession 37: Matrimonial Property 34: Trusts

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Edited by Paul Torremans, Professor, University of Nottingham, Ugljesa Grusic, Lecturer, University College London, Christian Heinze, Professor, Institute for Legal Informatics, Leibniz University Hannover, Louise Merrett, Reader in International Commercial Law, University of Cambridge, Alex Mills, Reader in Public and Private International Law, University College London, Carmen Otero Garcia-Castrillon, Professor of Private International Law, Complutense University of Madrid, Zheng Sophia Tang, Chair in Law and Commerce, Newcastle University, Katarina Trimmings, Lecturer, University of Aberdeen, and Lara Walker, Lecturer, University of Sussex

Consultant Editor James J. Fawcett, Former Professor of International Commerical Law, University of Nottingham

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