By Mary Keyes, Therese Wilson
Exploring the benefits and downsides of codifying agreement legislation, this booklet considers the query from the views of either civil and customary legislations platforms, referring intimately to problems with overseas and shopper law.With contributions from top overseas students, the chapters current a variety of reviews at the virtues of codification, encouraging extra debate in this subject. The publication commences with a dialogue at the internationalization critical for codification of agreement legislation. It then turns to neighborhood matters, exploring first codification makes an attempt within the eu Union and Japan, after which matters correct to codification within the universal legislation jurisdictions of Australia, New Zealand and the USA. the gathering concludes with chapters which reflect on the necessity to draw upon either inner most and comparative foreign legislation views to notify any codification reforms.This publication might be of curiosity to foreign and comparative agreement legislation teachers, in addition to regulators and policy-makers.
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In many areas, the Australian principles relevant to private international law require improvement. In this section, I focus on improvements to the law of jurisdiction and choice of law relevant to international contracts. The Australian principles of jurisdiction are far too expansive. The courts assume jurisdiction in cases in which it could not be argued that that court ought to resolve the dispute; and the rules on declining jurisdiction will not always correct this. Even if they did, it is inefficient to permit service out of the jurisdiction with no formal checks, and the jurisdictions which do not require leave to serve out should reinstate this requirement.
This rule is uncertain and unpredictable. 104 This would be less concerning if the jurisdictional rules were stronger or if forum law was more international in character. 106 International consumer cases are seldom litigated in Australia; in the few cases that have been brought to court, the courts have usually but not always been highly sympathetic to the situation of consumers107 101 Akai Pty Ltd v People’s Insurance Co Ltd (1996) 188 CLR 418, 440–443. 102 For example, Castel Electronics Pty Ltd v TCL Airconditioner (Zhongshan) Co Ltd  VSC 92, para 23; Fleming v Marshall  NSWCA 86; Thomson Aviation Ltd v Dufresne  NSWSC 864; Mendelson-Zeller Co Inc v T & C Providores Pty Ltd  1 NSWLR 366, 368–369.
94 There is still much confusion as to the application of the CISG in Australia, and the uncertain relationship between its scope of application provisions and forum choice of law is likely to exacerbate this confusion. In a recent case, even though defendant’s assets were located) would have refused to enforce any Australian judgment that did not give effect to the parties’ express choice of English law. 86 Keyes, ‘Statutes, Choice of Law and the Role of Forum Choice’ (n 14). 87 Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes v Wilson (1954) 94 CLR 577, 585.
Codifying Contract Law: International and Consumer Law Perspectives by Mary Keyes, Therese Wilson