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transfer of chattels in the conflict of laws a comparative study. by Pierre A. Lalive

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Published by Scientia Verl. in Aalen .
Written in English


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The Transfer of Chattels in the Conflict of Laws. By Pierre A. Lalive. Ox-ford: Clarendon Press, Pp. xix, 30s. net. The end of private international law is frequently said to be international uniformity of decision. This end, of course, cannot be attained unless there is international uniformity of private international : Max Rheinstein.   J.H.C. Morris (), ‘The Transfer of Chattels in the Conflict of Laws’, British Year Book of International Law, XXII, –48 Elihu Schott and Charles Rembar (), ‘Choice of Law for Land Transactions’, Columbia Law Review, 38 (6), June, –59 Format: Hardcover. Fr. Vinding Kruse (), ‘What Does “Transfer of Property” Mean with Regard to Chattels? A Study in Comparative Law’, American Journal of Comparative Law, 7 (4), Autumn, –15 J.H.C. Morris (), ‘The Transfer of Chattels in the Conflict of Laws’, British Year Book of International Law, XXII, –48 The Chattels Transfer Act has been on the Statute Book since , and is largely based on the old English law and has rarely been put to use due to its archaic and complicated provisions. The common law principles and doctrines of equity derived from England are not easily accessible and some of them have been modified since the date of inception.

1. Short title– This Act may be cited as the Chattels Transfer Act 2. Interpretation – In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires: “chattels”means any personal property that can be completely transferred by delivery, and includes machinery, stock, and crops, and also includes book debts, but does not include:File Size: KB. Conflict of laws PART II— CREATION OF SECURITY INTEREST AND RIGHTS OF SECURED PARTY THE CHATTELS SECURITIES ACT, An Act to regulate the making and enforcement of security interests in chattels; to repeal the Chattels Transfer Act, Cap. 70 and for other related purposes. DATE OF ASSENT: 6th March, Property law is the area of law that governs the various forms of ownership in real property (land as distinct from personal or movable possessions) and personal property, within the common law legal gh a tenancy involves rights to real property, a leasehold estate is typically considered personal property, being derived from contract the civil law system, the . KRUSE: TRANSFER OF PROPERTY WITH REGARD TO CHATTELS right of property in most cases will be transferred as of the moment of the agreement with full protection of transfer.1 In the United States, the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws in issued a Uniform Sales Act which by

Conflict of Laws, Spring Outline: Page 2 R. Miller (a) Torts i) The Place of Wrong. The place of wrong is in the state where the last event necessary to make an actor liable for an alleged tort takes place. a. Note: Summary of Rules in Important File Size: 94KB. The creation of express trusts in English law must involve four elements for the trust to be valid: capacity, certainty, constitution and formality. Capacity refers to the settlor's ability to create a trust in the first place; generally speaking, anyone capable of holding property can create a trust. There are exceptions for statutory bodies and corporations, and minors who usually cannot. THE transfer of chattels involves some of the most complex problems in the conflict of laws, and, in England, the difficulties have been enhanced by the paucity of authority or critical discussions. These two books, therefore, fill an obvious gap, and are welcome on that account alone. In addition, both are important contributions to. Romalpa Clauses and Section 2 of the Chattels Transfer Act The principles of the Romalpa case have been recognised as a part of the law of New Zealand by the High Court in Len Vidgen Ski & Leisure Limited v llmaru Marine Supplies () Limited (In receivership) () 2 .