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The Evolution of Conflict Regulation in Private International Law of Russia and Poland

Natalia Erpyleva ()
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Natalia Erpyleva: National Research University Higher School of Economics

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Abstract: The present article examines the evolution of conflict regulation in the private international law of Russia and Poland. The author identifies the concept, structure and types of conflict rules, stressing that the conflict of laws is the most important category of private international law. A detailed classification of the types of connecting factor formulas under which connecting factors of bilateral conflict rules are formed is undertaken. The detailed analysis of conflict rules contained in Russian and Polish legislation set forth mainly in the Civil Code of the Russian Federation and the Law of Poland “On Private International Law” is conducted with the help of the comparative and formal-logical methods of research. The author also scrutinizes different conflict rules contained in the Treaty between Russia and Poland on legal assistance and legal relations in civil and criminal matters. The author concludes that modern conflict regulation in Russia and Poland is in accordance with those trends in private international law, which can be seen through the prism of the international dimension.

Keywords: Private International Law; conflict of laws rules; conflict regulation; connecting factor formulas; domestic legislation; international treaties (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K33 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 20 pages
Date: 2015
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Published in WP BRP Series: Law / LAW, March 2015, pages 1-20

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