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By Petar Sarcevic, Paul Volken

Our quickly constructing worldwide society makes deepest overseas legislations a box of accelerating value. even if a few harmonization of principles has taken position, the mandatory follow-up - quick implementation and a uniform software of the foundations - has been missing. furthermore, harmonization has happened in just a restricted variety of parts. For the main half, separate criminal structures stay every one with its personal person ideas, because of which conflicts of legislation exist in lots of components. overseas procedural legislation matters additionally play a huge function during this context. released via Kluwer legislations overseas in co-operation with the Swiss Institute of Comparative legislation, this English-language e-book, now in its moment 12 months, presents research and knowledge on deepest foreign legislation advancements around the world. The editors fee articles about the most vital developments during this box. The Yearbook additionally devotes realization to the $64000 paintings and learn performed within the context of the Hague convention, The Hague Academy, UNCITRAL, and UNIDROIT. The authority of its editors and the lasting nature of the works integrated make the Yearbook an essential addition to the libraries of foreign legislation students and practitioners. The editors are supported by means of a world advisory board composed of personalities the sphere of foreign legislations.

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These are large Pacific States – consider Fiji, with a population of approximately 850,000, New Caledonia with some 200,000, Samoa with around 180,000, Vanuatu, with around 190,000, the Cook Islands with about 20,000, or selfgoverning Niue with fewer than 2,000 residents. And distances are vast: from Wellington, where I sit writing this article, the nearest city with more than a million inhabitants is Sydney, almost 2,500 km away. A circle with a 2,000 km radius drawn around Wellington would include some 4 million people.

Claims arising out of nonphysical torts – such as defamation claims, or claims for infringement of intellectual property – more commonly raise cross-border issues. But the vast bulk of cross-border disputes, at least in New Zealand, arise between parties to commercial transactions. Increased trade, and the use of ICT to communicate across borders, or to misappropriate content across borders, will undoubtedly increase the frequency with which cross-border tort claims arise. But there is no reason to expect that the ratio of contract cases to other cases will alter significantly.

74 See DONZALLAZ Y. (note 52), at p. 29. A. (note 8), at p. , ‘All roads lead to Brussels: Towards a Uniform European Civil Procedure’, in: Netherlands International Law Review 1990, pp. , at p. , ‘The Lugano and San Sebastian Conventions: General Effects’, in: Civil Justice Quarterly 1992, p. , at p. 25. , (note 8), at p. , The Lugano Convention and Legal Integration, Stockholm 1991, at p. , (note 6), at pp. 60-61. 4. 78 The national courts in EU-Member States have contributed to this success.

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