TOPIC: Physician-Assisted Suicide Should Be Legal. 1.Describe The Assignment And Explain The Purpose Of A Persuasive Speech. 2. Explain The Historical Context Of Your Topic. (For Example, If Your Topic….
What are ‘limping’ legal relationships?
To do this quiz you should be familiar with information provided you should read new article and
refer to the reading material in the book by P. Roggerson sent to you last week.
Quiz True (T) or False (F). If you decide on False, provide a correct answer.
1. Almost every State in the world has its own national rules on private international law,
2. EU Member States, are bound by EU rules on private international law.
3. Private international law is concerned with one main issue: which court is competent to hear
such an international case.
4. Rules regarding jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement have a substantive character.
5. Rules of private international law can be found only in the national legislation of States.
6. Bilateral treaties operate among many countries.
7. Vienna Convention on the Law Applicable to the International Sale of Goods and the New York
Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards were drafted by the Hague
Conference on Private International Law.
8. Lex fori is a connecting factor that means the place where the property is situated.
9. Only national courts of EU members states shall interpret the meaning of EU private
international law instruments.
10. Nationality is a connecting factor to determine applicable law.
Task 2 Reading and anwering questions below.
Questions to answer:
1. What are ‘limping’ legal relationships?
2. Identify the full titles of the following intruments of EU private international
law Rome I regulation
Rome II regulation Rome
III regulation Brussels II
bis regulation Brussels I
3. Please find your national codification of private international law (of the country you come
from) and give the information as in the example below. (i.e, India in my case)
The Swiss Private International Law Act has 12 chapters and roughly 200 articles.
In the fiirst chapter of the Law general issues of jurisdiction, applicable law, and the recognition
and enforcement of foreign judgments are dealt with, in addition to a defiinition of domicile and
nationality. This general chapter is followed by chapters on natural persons (Chap. 2), marriage
(Chap. 3), children and adoption (Chap. 4), guardianship (Chap. 5), succession (Chap. 6), property
(Chap. 7), intellectual property (Chap. 8), obligations (Chap. 9), corporations (Chap. 10),
international bankruptcy (Chap. 11), and international arbitration (Chap. 12).