Public vs Private International Law
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Public vs Private International Law

Test your knowledge on the distinction between public and private international law in this quiz! Explore the differences between the law of states and the law administered between citizens of different countries. Get ready to delve into multilateral treaties and learn about the landmark case concerning Serbian loans issued in France. Challenge yourself with questions on contracts and their relevance to international law.

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What is the distinction between public and private international law?

Public international law refers to the law that governs the relations between states, while private international law pertains to the law that governs relations between individuals or entities from different countries.

According to the PCIJ in the case concerning the payment of various Serbian loans issued in France, how is a contract classified as municipal (domestic) law?

According to the PCIJ, any contract that is not a contract between states acting as subjects of international law is considered as municipal (domestic) law.

What is the scope of private international law?

Private international law applies to legal disputes involving individuals or entities from different countries, where domestic law is bound by multilateral treaties.

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