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Conflict of Laws in International Private Law during Implementation of Foreign Law

M.I. Ivanova, Ye.O. Potapenko

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        <foaf:name>M.I. Ivanova, Ye.O. Potapenko</foaf:name>
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    <dct:title>Conflict of Laws in International Private Law during Implementation of Foreign Law</dct:title>
    <dct:issued rdf:datatype="">2019</dct:issued>
    <dcat:keyword>international private law, rules of conflict of laws, regulation of conflict of laws, codification, international legal relationships.</dcat:keyword>
    <dct:issued rdf:datatype="">2019-11-25</dct:issued>
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    <dct:description>&lt;p&gt;The article deals with the issue of the conflicts of laws in international private law. It has been found out that each state has its own legal regulation of the relations which leads to conflicts of material norms of various states and complicates legal regulation of international relationships. The law of the states has many differences in regulation of various relations which provides for application of a connecting factor as one of the ways to solve the problem. It has been proved that international private law has a significant role in regulation of relations with a foreign element. As for international private law which norms are formed independently by each state, compliance with treaty obligations as well as rules and principles of international law by each state is significant to each state. At the same time, codification of international private law is the main way for systematization and legislative implementation of conflict of laws, material and procedural provisions designated for regulation of private relations with foreign element. Qualification of legal definitions which are applied in formulation of the rule of the conflict of laws is a burning issue as well. It has been established that the procedure for qualification in international private law should identify the model of relations and consists of three stages which are: interpretation of the rule; analysis of relations; comparison of the rule and relations. It has been clarified that the situation of a mobile conflict and the issue of acceptance or failure to accept remission and remission to the law of the third state relate to the issue regarding application of the rule of the conflict of laws in international private law. We think that the first priority task is to bring national laws on international private law in compliance with modern conditions of international civil and trade turnover. For the future development it is necessary to introduce a single legislative act which will take into account all these issues and the mechanism for their proper implementation which will allow to solve the problems related to application of the rule of the conflict of laws in international private law. &amp;nbsp;&lt;/p&gt;</dct:description>
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