3.01 Much of the material covered in this book deals with orthodox principles of private international law. A surprising number of questions will still be encountered for which no authoritative answer has yet been devised; and in looking for these answers we will keep returning to the question of whether an agreement as to jurisdiction, or as to choice of law, is a term of a contract, and if so, of which contract? The importance of the answer lies in its potential to help us deal with points which have not yet been authoritatively resolved. If we are able to say...
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