Private international law as found in England is a substantive part of English law and was, until the last two or three decades, almost entirely the result of judicial decisions; though it is now the case that a considerable part of this field of law has been embodied in legislation. The writings of jurists in other countries, however, have influenced its growth to a considerable extent, especially through those doctrines that have found acceptance on the Continent. Twentieth century analyses of the basis of the subject, particularly those carried out in the USA,...
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