Review of the Book “Drept internațional privat” [Private international law], Author - Dumitrița Florea, Lumen Publishing House, Iasi, 2022
Keywords:law, private law, international, domestic law, European regulations
The book by the author Dumitrița Florea reflects the concerns for the regulation of private international law analyzed both through the lens of domestic law and the applicable European regulations in this field. The present paper highlights the study of some aspects related to private law relations with an element of foreignness, the specific sources of international law, the application of foreign law or the legal condition of the foreigner. The private international law relationship differs from the domestic law relationship by the existence of an element of extraneousness, which represents a factual circumstance related to a legal relationship due to which this relationship is related to several legal systems. It follows that the determination of the elements of extraneousness and the effects they produce differ from one legal system to another.
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