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Conflict of Laws is extremely useful for lawyers who need to advise international clients or practise in more than one jurisdiction. However, if you dare to choose this module, without good law notes to guide you, you should be psychologically prepared that your marks will suffer greatly because it is the most difficult module among all difficult modules. The breath and depth of this module is absolutely insane because it covers Contract Law, Commercial Law, Tort Law, Family Law, Property Law, Company Law, Equity and Trusts, Wills and Administration of Estates, and more. Yet, the legal knowledge you acquire from this module will help you better understand different legal concepts as private international law has a huge impact on almost all aspects of domestic private law. Forget about the subject guide which is very poorly written by self-centred professors who do not care about your understanding. We are here to offer you high-performance law notes to make your learning easier. Please note that this module is the same as our Private International Law module.


1. Introduction

2. Characterisation

3. Exclusion of Foreign Law

4. Domicile and Residence

5. Jurisdiction

6. Brussels Regime

7. Stays and Restraint

8. Foreign Judgments

9. Contracts

10. Torts and Restitution

11. Property

12. Succession and Trusts

13. Marriage

14. Matrimonial Causes

This edition has recently been updated for the 2023-24 academic year.

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