Conflict of Laws Rules Applicable to Negotiable Instruments

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Sadly, the contemporary conflict of laws rules within negotiable instruments law have originated from flawed premises about the nature of the subject. Further, contemporary rules have left behind the modern development of conflict of laws doctrine. Relying on the foundation of negotiable instruments’ law within the traditional ordinary doctrines of contract and movable property and invoking developments within modern conflict of laws thought, the legal scholarship must endeavour to comprehensively challenge the traditional orthodoxy and offer a complete re-examination of the conflict of laws rules concerning negotiable instruments.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)155-178
JournalBanking and Finance Law Review
Issue number3
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - Oct 2022


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