Reference : On the Formal Structure of Rules in Conflict of Laws
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On the Formal Structure of Rules in Conflict of Laws
Markovich, Réka mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Computer Science and Communications Research Unit (CSC) >]
Legal Knowledge and Information Systems 2019 (proceedings)
IOS Press
International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems
11-13 december 2019
[en] computational legal theory ; input/output logic ; normative systems
[en] Law has different methods and principles to resolve conflicts between
norms, most of these come from Roman Law, they are well-known and much discussed. There is a whole branch of law, though, which is much less discussed while
having been created exactly in order to resolve special conflicts: conflict of laws.
This system within Private International Law is dedicated to providing metarules in
legal situations where more than one national legal systems’ rules could be applied:
CoL rules indirectly settle the situation by declaring which one’s should. The formal representation of how these rules work contributes not only to the modelling of
this branch of law but also provides methodologies for concerns arising from other
conflicting normative systems, such as ethically sensitive situations where there are
multiple stakeholders with different moral backgrounds.

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