|Table of statutes||viii|
|Table of cases||xxiv|
|Part I: General principles||1|
|2||Characteristics of the English conflict of laws||8|
|3||Choice of law rules||11|
|4||Proof of foreign law||33|
|5||Domicile and residence||37|
|6||Substance and procedure||60|
|Part II: Jurisdiction and foreign judgments||69|
|7||Jurisdiction of the English courts||71|
|8||Staying of English actions and restraint of foreign proceedings||84|
|10||Jurisdiction and judgments in the European Union and EFTA||131|
|Part III: Law of obligations||187|
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Publication information: Book title: Conflict of Laws. Edition: 3rd. Contributors: J. G. Collier - Author. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Place of publication: Cambridge, England. Publication year: 2001. Page number: v.
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