Choice Of Law

A choice of law clause, also known as a conflict of laws, is the selection of which legal system to apply to a given situation. This may be done by agreement between parties, or imposed by a governing body. Lacking an effective choice of law, a court may apply its own local law, which may be the law of the jurisdiction in which the court sits, or some other law that it considers more appropriate.

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