International private law regulation applicable in Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten and/or the BES islands 2020/2021

International private law regulation applicable in Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten and/or the BES islands 2020/2021
  • Editorial board: M.V.R. Snel
  • ISBN Book: 978-94-6290-835-2, #1 edition
  • Year of publication: 2020
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The population of the Caribbean territories of the Dutch Kingdom – Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten and Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba – can be described as a strongly “transmigrating population”. This means that both domestic and foreign legal practitioners are regularly confronted with a question that can only be answered with the help of the rules of private international law of the Caribbean territories. Identifying these rules is not an easy task: textbooks, journal articles and an overview of relevant (published) recent case law and regulations in this field, are absent. This collection of the written rules of private international law – treaties and domestic regulations – applicable in the Caribbean territories, attempts to fill a part of that gap.

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Mr. dr. Marnix Snel is an associate professor of private law at the University of Curaçao and a research fellow of the Tilburg Institute for Private Law. The field of international private law of the Caribbean islands that are part of the Dutch Kingdom has been one of the focal points of his research agenda over the past years.

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Editorial board M.V.R. Snel
ISBN Book 978-94-6290-835-2,#1 edition
Publication date 24 augustus 2020
Number of pages 634 Pages
Series Studiereeks Nederlands-Antilliaans en Arubaans Recht (SNAAR)
Brand Eleven International Publishing
Subject(s) Private Law
Language English

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