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This Index presents a list of terms and concepts that occur in this book on The Rome II regulation on the law applicable to non-contractual obligations: a new international litigation regime. The Rome II Regulation is a significant development in the history of private international law. The chapters in this book are to be welcomed for the rich academic analysis they provide of the Regulation. In author introduction it may be useful to give a brief account of the parliamentary perspective. The Regulation must be understood in its context as a piece of European legislation. It has a long history. The European Union had for many years wanted to produce a complete and clear regime for the conflict of laws.

Keywords: conflict of laws; international law; non-contractual obligations; Rome II regulation



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