Evasion of Private International Law and the Market Freedoms

Monika Jagielska

The concept of evasion in Private International Law remainded more the less unchanged for more then a century. It was adopted in some legislations and accepted by several courts in their judgments. The situation changed fundamentaly after the ECJ Centros case. For the first glance it made the concept of evasion of law in PIL not useful any more. The main aim of the speech is to analyse whether in the EU markets freedoms - at least to some extent - overpowered the concept of fraud de la loi in PIL.





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