The absolute or binding acceptance of the principle of willpower in international business contracts With an attitude to Rome Regulation and American law
In domestic law, the influence of the will of the parties in the conclusion of the contract is subject to the non-opposition of this will to the customary rules of the rights of that country. But in the international arena, which may have parties to different nationalities or, a foreign element may be involved in a contract, one of the issues that arises is the degree of influence of the will of the parties in the choice of law and Obstacles to the enforcement of this law are selective, in the Rome Rule one, "In addition to recognizing the principle of degradability or the depecage the principle of Sovereignty of will, in absolute terms, but in American law, the principle of Sovereignty of will, with due observance of a fundamental or rational condition, is conditionally admissible. In recent years, with the change in the  American legal system's approach, the principle of sovereignty of will has been abandoned and is fully recognized in international treaties. Of course, in spite of the absolute acceptance of the principle of the will of will, the law may not be enforced because of the opposition to the general order and the rules of the country's home court.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Comparative Law Researches, Volume:23 Issue:2, 2019
95 - 126  
روش‌های دسترسی به متن این مطلب
اشتراک شخصی
در سایت عضو شوید و هزینه اشتراک یک‌ساله سایت به مبلغ 300,000ريال را پرداخت کنید. همزمان با برقراری دوره اشتراک بسته دانلود 100 مطلب نیز برای شما فعال خواهد شد!
اشتراک سازمانی
به کتابخانه دانشگاه یا محل کار خود پیشنهاد کنید تا اشتراک سازمانی این پایگاه را برای دسترسی همه کاربران به متن مطالب خریداری نمایند!