One side-effect of globalization is increasing cross-border conflict arising from transactions between parties. Today, the courts have sophisticated tools to deal with such conflicts. The focus of this paper is the interrelation between the court’s approach when dealing with problems in its equitable jurisdiction, and its approach when dealing with cross-border problems.
Conflict of Laws | Jurisdiction
Yeo, Tiong Min.
Private International Law from the Equitable Jurisdiction: Imperialism, Universalism and Pluralism. (2010). 2009 Yong Pung How Professorship of Law Lecture.
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