The Effects of Choice of Court in Iranian Private International Law and Hague Convention 2005
1. The Effects of Choice of Court in Iranian Private International Law and Hague Convention 2005

Mohammed Mjed Kabry; Azam Ansari

Volume 8, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2021, , Pages 139-164

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/law.2020.115027.1548

Abstract
  Respect for the party autonomy principle has many various effects on private relationships at internal and international levels. The enforceability of choice of court agreements in ...  Read More
Status of Damages Clause in The International Sales of Goods Convention
2. Status of Damages Clause in The International Sales of Goods Convention

Reza Maghsudi Pashaki; Akbar Imanpour

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2015, , Pages 115-136

Abstract
  Convention on International Sales of Goods has provided particular arrangements for the recovery of damages in articles 74-78. However agreement on damage or damages clause does not ...  Read More
Priority of Protective Laws of Romano-Germanic and  Common Law Legal Systems to the Party Autonomy in Choosing the Applicable Law in Contracts
3. Priority of Protective Laws of Romano-Germanic and Common Law Legal Systems to the Party Autonomy in Choosing the Applicable Law in Contracts

Seyed Hassan Vahdati; Marzieh Afzali Mehr

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2014, , Pages 27-48

Abstract
  By analyzing issues in the private international   law of contracts from a comparative  perspective, the convergence of two legal systems, Romano-Germanic and Common ...  Read More