The Uses and Abuses of Party Autonomy in International Contracts.
University of New Brunswick Law Journal 2010, Annual, 60
University of New Brunswick Law Journal
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INTRODUCTION The Supreme Court's decision in Morguard Investments Ltd. v. De Savoye (1) heralded a radical shift in the theory of private international law as practiced in common law Canada. The homeward trend of the classical English approach was rejected in favour of extending respect to the policies of other states with a concomitant claim to exercise adjudicative and prescriptive authority over activities connected to more than one jurisdiction. This new emphasis on comity was driven by the perceived need to facilitate interprovincial and international trade and commerce in response to the spread of the market economy to the four corners of the world.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 01 January 2010
- Publisher: University of New Brunswick Law Journal
- Print Length: 38 Pages
- Language: English