Argentina MAUREEN WILLIAMS Professor of Law, University of Buenos Aires
|I Forum Non Conveniens71|
|1. Is there a doctrine of forum non conveniens?71|
|2. Why there is no doctrine of forum non conveniens72|
|3. Other procedural mechanisms72|
|4. A flexible position73|
|5. The role of the power to decline jurisdiction73|
|7. Relationship with bases of jurisdiction73|
|II Lis alibi pendens74|
|1. Conditions for using the defence74|
|2. Differences from forum non conveniens74|
|3. Litispendencia by identity and connexity74|
|III Foreign choice of jurisdiction clauses75|
|IV Arbitration agreements75|
|V Restraining foreign proceedings76|
|1. No discretionary power76|
|2. Recognition and enforcement and forum-shopping abroad76|
FORUM NON CONVENIENS
1. Is THERE A DOCTRINE OF FORUM NON CONVENIENS?
Unlike common law countries, the Argentine Republic does not have any
such doctrine. Be that as it may, Argentine courts and tribunals do have in____________________
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Book title: Declining Jurisdiction in Private International Law:Reports to the XIVth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, Athens, August 1994.
Contributors: J. J. Fawcett - Author, International Congress of Comparative Law - OrganizationName.
Publisher: Oxford University.
Place of publication: Oxford, England.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: 71.
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