Private international law

Private international law – The term relates to the private relations between people, residing in different countries, i.e. relations between people from different nations. The Private international Law is different than the Public International Law, which sets up rules and legal regulations that have been accepted by the concrete country, overrule its local regulations and regulate the intercourse of independent countries. For example, the law of the European Union overrules the local laws of the countries-members of the Union

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