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Part 2 National and Regional Reports, Part 2.2 Asia: Coordinated by Yuko Nishitani and Béligh Elbalti, 19 Asian Principles of Private International Law: The Asian Principles of Private International Law and the Hague Principles »

Naoshi Takasugi, Béligh Elbalti
From: Choice of Law in International Commercial Contracts
Edited By: Daniel Girsberger, Thomas Kadner Graziano, Jan L Neels
This chapter looks at the relationship between the Asian Principles of Private International Law (APPIL) and the Hague Principles. The APPIL are intended to be a non-binding instrument which includes a comprehensive set of principles on private international law (PIL) generally recognized among the different Asian jurisdictions. The main purpose of the APPIL is to provide guidance to possible future harmonization of PIL rules and principles in Asia. Compared to the Hague Principles which are limited only to the issue of choice law in international contracts based on the express or tacit will of the parties, the APPIL have much broader scope, including choice of law, international jurisdiction, the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments, and judicial support to international arbitration. The chapter then outlines the history and the driving force behind the APPIL.

Part 2 National and Regional Reports, Part 2.2 Asia: Coordinated by Yuko Nishitani and Béligh Elbalti, Preliminary Material »

Naoshi Takasugi, Béligh Elbalti
From: Choice of Law in International Commercial Contracts
Edited By: Daniel Girsberger, Thomas Kadner Graziano, Jan L Neels