STIPULATIONS ABOUT NORMS BEYOND IMPERATIVE AND PUBLIC ORDER CLAUSE AND APPLICATION OF FOREIGN LAW NORMS BY INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION’S FORUMS
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The article is dedicated to the research of contradiction of specific imperative norms and public order in Russian law and practice of international commercial arbitration’s forums. This phenomenon, at the author’s opinion, is the reason of Russian law’s application even in the case, when the conflict rule of legislation or the stipulation of applicable law attends in the contract, mediating the international commercial deal.
How to Cite:
Lopatin D.B., (2013), STIPULATIONS ABOUT NORMS BEYOND IMPERATIVE AND PUBLIC ORDER CLAUSE AND APPLICATION OF FOREIGN LAW NORMS BY INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION’S FORUMS. Business in Law, 1: 88-91.
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Keywords:
a peremptory norm, private international law, international commercial arbitration, public policy.