1.01 The purpose of this book is not to challenge, question, or contradict the rules of English private international law, but to look at the way they work in support of the simple principle that it is good for parties to make contracts, good for parties to perform contracts, and good for courts to enforce contracts. To this end, we will explore the role of consent, common intention, and agreement, within the individual rules of private international law. 1.02 Where one can show the parties’ common, or mutual, intention, it is natural to suppose that it should...
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