The present work addresses the role of party autonomy in private international law in insurance matters. As is known, such a field is the subject matter of numerous and in-depth studies. However, in spite of such a detailed and punctual attention of scholars, the private international law of insurance matters still remains a highly debated topic, where uniform solutions are difficult to be unanimously accepted. The numerous issues that characterize this field are analysed in the present work, whose aim is contribute to the learned discussions of the legal scholarship. More specifically, this essay wishes to contribute to the legal debate on the reform of the system by proposing a solution that might temporarily resolve some of the current problems and “build a bridge” to fill some of the existing gaps and inconsistencies up until that point in time when a true (desirable) “revolution of the private and procedural international law in insurance matters” proposed by some authors will be possible.
|Titolo:||Party Autonomy and Insurance Contracts in Private International Law. A European Gordian Knot|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||03.01 - Monografia o trattato scientifico|