The latest volume of the Collected Courses/Recueil des Cours, published by the Hague Academy of International Law, is now full text available through our subscription to the Collected Courses Online.
Volume 366 contains a publication by David Hayton, a UK born judge on the Caribbean Court of Justice, on Trusts in Private International Law.
Hayton addresses the following subjects:
- What is a ‘trust’ in the global arena?;
- Trusts jurisdiction and recognition and enforcement of judgement under Brussels I and the recast regulation;
- Trusts within the Hague Trusts Convention, the applicable law and recognition of trusts.
In the second course Kaj Hobér, a Professor of International Investment and Trade Law at Uppsala University, discusses and analyzes the principles of res judicata and lis pendens in national law in so far as international arbitrations are concerned, including international commercial arbitration, interstate arbitration and investment treaty arbitration.
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The purpose of the Hague Academy of International Law is to encourage a thorough and impartial examination of the problems arising from international relations in the field of law. Since 1923 the top names in international law have taught at the Academy. These lectures are published in the Collected Courses of International Law. All published volumes are full text available in the Collected Courses Online.