This research examines whether the conflict system applicable to international contracts provides relevant responses to the challenges of international trade exchanges for the 21st century. The paper also analyzes whether the connection criteria established in Peruvian private international law are adequate, modern, efficient and if they provide predictability and legal certainty to businesses with foreign legal system. To do this, he studies the essence of the law and the doctrinal interpretation on the subject and examines the way in which law operators apply the conflict norm. The analysis is complemented by a comparative approach to the regulation of international contracts in the countries of the region (1994 Mexico Convention) and in the European space (Rome I Regulation).
|Effective start/end date||1/04/19 → 31/03/20|
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