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Compétence juridictionnelle : les conflits de normes en matière de contrats de transport internationaux.: Jurisdiction and arbitration: conflicts of sources in international law on transport contracts.

Abstract : The originality of the international conventions in the field of international transport contracts comes from their comprising, in addition to rules regarding the international transport contract concerned, provisions on jurisdictional competence, arbitration, and sometimes even on recognition and enforcement. The present study aims at analysing these original provisions as well as their links with other international instruments. Could the existence of competence, enforcement and arbitration rules in different sources turn to a conflict of regulations or can such rules coexist ? Such are the questions discussed in this study. The first part of this essay will analyse these original rules on competence and enforcement, in order to afterwards be able to consider their relation to European Union instruments.
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Cécile Legros. Compétence juridictionnelle : les conflits de normes en matière de contrats de transport internationaux.: Jurisdiction and arbitration: conflicts of sources in international law on transport contracts.. Journal du droit international (Clunet), LexisNexis, 2007, n°3/2007, p.799 et n°4/2007, p.1081. ⟨hal-01654071⟩

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