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By Jean Robert
Under the French law of limitation, a lawsuit filed in the court of a foreign jurisdiction will interrupt limitation.
By Jean Robert
Hence where such a rule exists, it is important to first determine which law applies to the merits of the case
By Jean Robert
Même lorsque les tribunaux n'ont pas juridiction sur le fond, les tribunaux de certaines juridictions néanmoins ont le pouvoir d'ordonner des mesures provisoires ou conservatoires telles que, inter alia, des injonctions interlocutoires, des ordonnances Anton Pillar et des saisies avant jugement.
By Jean Robert
Even where courts have no jurisdiction over the merits, courts, in some jurisdictions, will nonetheless have the power to grant provisional or conservatory measures such as, inter alia, interlocutory injunctions, Anton Pillar orders and seizures before judgment.
By Jean Robert
In intra-jurisdictional litigation, there exists in most legal systems, the rule of lis pendens by virtue of which, cannot co-exist, two lawsuits between the same parties...
By Jean Robert
In most jurisdictions, there exists a rule of international jurisdiction according to which the Courts have jurisdiction for prejudice suffered in that jurisdiction.
By Jean Robert
Dans la plupart des juridictions, il existe une règle de compétence internationale selon laquelle les tribunaux de la juridiction saisie ont compétence lorsqu'un préjudice y a été subi.