International Law

International Law consists of a binding treaty or body of rules that governs the relationships between nations. The United Nations is a leading example of an entity that has created a significant amount of International Law that is currently in place. Public international law governs treaty law, law of sea and international criminal law / humanitarian law. Private international law (conflict of law) answers which jurisdiction may hear a case and which jurisdiction’s law should apply. Supranational law concerns regional law which may conflict with a national treaty and be invalidated. International trade law concerns managing the customs and rules of trade and the commercial relationships between different countries.

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  1. Columns Possibilities and Potentials of Foreign Direct Investments

    From the year 2005 there is the scope of Foreign Direct Investment India in the real estate sector. For the reason there was a massive growth in the genre. There was the promise of the high...
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