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ecurity Measures in International Commercial Arbitration: Matters of Law and Validity

Interim measures are considered to be a safeguard hampering an unfair defendant to evade the responsibility. After the application of provisional measures the defendant loses the right to dispose of his assets that makes possible to enforce the judgment if it shall be rendered against defendant. Legislation of many countries, including Ukraine, UNCITRAL Model Law…

Legal status of Foreigners in International Civil Process: Experience of International Unification

It’s known that foreigners enjoy legal protection comprising free access to courts in the same extent as the nationals of a certain state, and this right doesn’t depend on reciprocity. An indispensable role in the unification of the matters relating to the access of foreigners to courts plays the Hague Conference on Private International Law…

Bilateral Treaties on Legal Aid as an Example of Unification of International Civil Procedure

Bilateral treaties play an important role in international regulation of international procedure matters. Ukraine has nowadays about 30 treaties on legal aid, part of them is binding for Ukraine as the Successor State, and the other was concluded by the independent Ukraine. Bilateral treaties of the “Soviet model” regulated matters of legal aid both in…

International Legal Regulation of Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments by the Example of Hague Convention of 2005 on Choice of Court Agreements

Hague Convention of 2005 on Choice of Court Agreements is the latest document elaborated and adopted within the framework of the Hague Conference on Private International Law aiming at unification of matters concerning jurisdiction and recognition and enforcement of judgments rendered on the ground of the choice of court agreement. Due to the fact the…

Experience of International Unification of Civil Process Reflected in Hague Conventions

The Hague Conference on Private International Law is indeed a world forum of international legal unification: 74 states all over the world and the European Union are Member States of the Hague Conference. The work within the framework of that organization has been carried out more than one hundred years, yielding lots of fruits as…

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