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Conflict of Laws (Private International Law)
Introduction: This course of Conflict of Laws will introduce the scope and development of our Private International Law, procedural and substantive aspects. Adopting the methodology of comparative law, we will explore the contents of our Application Law of Civil Matters Involving Foreign Elements and its present draft amendment in hope that the students will be able to combine the classroom learning, theoretical and practical, into hand-on use. An introduction to general principles will be first given, and then towards the respective provisions; mainly, fundamental concepts, jurisdiction and recognition of foreign judgment, applicable law, problems on foreign nationals, cross-strait conflict of laws problems as well as discussions in connection with draft amendment to our prevailing law. Further details may cover the inter-comparisons involving the relevant subjects by and between Taiwan, China Mainland, Hong Kong and Macao, respectively.