Resolving International Conflicts: Liber Amicorum Tibor Vaarady

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About the Rome II Regulation: The European
Unification of the Conflict Rules to Torts

LAJOS VÉKÁS

Professor Várady's interest and worldwide acknowledged scientific work fall principally to international arbitration and to the private international law.1 I'd like to celebrate him, an old friend of mine, on his birthday by a paper about a milestone in the harmonization of the European private international law: the Rome II Regulation on the law applicable to noncontractual relations.


I. General survey

I. 1.

The Rome II Regulation2 applies from 11 January 2009 in situations involving a conflict of laws to non-contractual obligations.3 It is the first time in history that 26 states in Europe have a unified conflict of laws sys-

1Commercial Arbitration - A Transnational Perspective (with John Barcelo and Arthur
von Mehren), 4th ed., Thomson-Reuters-West, 2009; Language and Translation in In-
ternational Commercial Arbitration,
T.M.C. Asser Press, 2006. Medjunarodno privatno
pravo
(with Bernadett Bordas, Gašo Knežević and Vladimir Pavić), 9th ed., Belgrade,
2007.

2 Regulation (EC) No 864/2007 of the European Parliament and the Council of 11 July
2007 on the law applicable to non-contractual relations (Rome II), OJ L 199/40 of 31
July 2007. See S. Leible/M. Lehmann: Die neue EG-Verordnung über das auf auBerver-
tragliche Schuldverhaltnisse anzuwendende Recht ('Rom II'), RIW 2007, p. 721 et seq.;
A. Junker: Die Rom II-Verordnung: Neues Internationales Deliktsrecht auf europaischer
Grundlage, NJW 2007, p. 3675 et seq.; S. Corneloup/N. Joubert: Le règlement commun-
autaire “Rome II” sur la loi applicable aux obligations non contractuelles. Paris 2008; G.
Wagner:
Die neue Rom II-Verordnung, IPRax 2008, p. 1 et seq.

3 According Article 31, the Regulation applies to events giving rise to damage which occur
after the entry into force of the Regulation, i.e., of 20 August 2007 [Art. 254(1) EC]. See
E. Jayme/Ch. Kohler, IPRax 2007, p. 49, note 17.

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