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Title: Nationality and habitual residence as connecting factors in private international law
Authors: Barvenko, Y.
Streltsova, Yevdokiia D.
Стрельцова, Євдокія Джонівна
Стрельцова, Евдокия Джоновна
Citation: Збірник тез доповідей студентів, аспірантів та здобувачів – учасників 76-ї звітної конференції Одеського національного університету імені І. І. Мечникова. Секція економічних і правових наук (Одеса, 22-24 квітня 2020 р.). – Одеса : Фенікс, 2020.
Issue Date: 2020
Keywords: habitual residence
connecting factors
international law
Abstract: Having regard to the increased development of private relationships involving foreign elements in Ukraine over the past 20 years, the issue of identifying applicable substantive law to a foreign natural person – lex personalis, as it is named in Latin, has become a topical subject. In the context of private international law (hereinafter – PIL) lex personalis refers to a set of legal norms of a state or states with which an individual is legally connected, and which regulate legal capacity of that person, his capacity to act, his rights and obligations in family, inheritance matters etc. [1, p. 282; 2, p. 123]. The relevance of the issue is enhanced when it comes to his legal status in foreign jurisdictions.
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