Mexican Journal of Private International and Comparative Law – issue No 47 is out
The Mexican Academy of Private International and Comparative Law (AMEDIP) has published issue No 47 of the Revista Mexicana de Derecho Internacional Privado y Comparado (Mexican Journal of Private International and Comparative Law). It is available here.
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Below is the table of contents (including abstracts in English):
ACTOS JURÍDICOS RELACIONADOS CON BIENES MUEBLES E INMUEBLES EN EL DERECHO INTERESTATAL MEXICANO
Jorge Alberto SILVA
Abstract: This contribution is part of a larger research work on interstate Law related to property, in relation with article 121 of the [Mexican] Constitution. It reformulates the meaning of each of the sections with the treatment of assets from a merely constitutional approach based on judicial precedents and legal scholarship developed from the 19th century to the present. It ends up providing its own interpretive theses.
LA LEY APLICABLE AL CONTRATO DE INTERMEDIARIO QUE AMPARA ACTOS DE CORRUPCIÓN
James A. GRAHAM
Abstract: There is no particular reason to consider the intermediary or commission agent contract as an exception to the rule of lex contractus. The fight against corruption is in the Public Policy Law (“loi de police”), especially the foreign Public Policy Law. Despite the reluctance of judges and arbitrators to apply them due to lack of criteria, we believe that the Rome I Regulation can be used as a form of “international” criterion for both judicial and arbitral tribunals.
HACIA UNA INTERPRETACIÓN UNIFORME DEL CONCEPTO DE RESIDENCIA HABITUAL EN EL CONTEXTO DE LA SUSTRACCIÓN INTERNACIONAL DE MENORES
María Mayela CELIS AGUILAR (also known as Mayela Celis)
Abstract: This article seeks to analyze the concept of habitual residence, as well as the current trend towards its uniform interpretation in the context of international child abduction. In particular, we will try to show that habitual residence is a predominantly factual concept, and therefore flexible, and that its interpretation has an important impact, especially in times of pandemic.
PERSPECTIVAS COMPARADAS DE COMPETENCIA JUDICIAL INTERNACIONAL EN LA UE Y MÉXICO EN LAS CONTROVERSIAS ENTRE EL HUÉSPED-CONSUMIDOR Y LA PLATAFORMA DIGITAL DE ALOJAMIENTO TURÍSTICO
Silvana CANALES GUTIÉRREZ
Abstract: In a dispute arising from a digital intermediation services contract with an international element between a guest-consumer and a digital platform of tourist accommodations is not easy to establish the international jurisdiction. The response of Private International Law in both the European Union and Mexico depends on several factors that vary according to the specific case, and among them may be mentioned, whether or not the guest meets the requirements to be considered as a consumer, and the State where his domicile is located. With respect to the platform is relevant if it has an establishment in the State of domicile of the consumer or if it targets its activities to that State. If a person meets the requirements of a ”consumer”, that fact creates special rights regarding international jurisdiction for consumers domiciled in both the EU and Mexico, however the breadth of such rights reflects their Private International Law systems, which protect the consumer at different levels, on which the comparative analysis of this brief research is based.
NULIDAD DE LAUDO ARBITRAL. COMO CONSECUENCIA DE SER DECLARADA, NO PROCEDE CONDENAR A LOS ÁRBITROS A LA RESTITUCIÓN DE SUS HONORARIOS.
RESEÑAS POR LEONEL PEREZNIETO CASTRO
URUGUAY: TEXTO Y CONTEXTO. LEY GENERAL DE DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO N.º 19.920, Uruguay, FCU, 2021, 280 pp. / Cecilia Fresnedo de Aguirre, Gonzalo A. Lorenzo Idiarte
CHILE: DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO, LEYES, TRATADOS Y JURISPRUDENCIA, Chile, Thomson Reuter, 2022, 721 pp. / Eduardo Picand Albónico