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CHAPTER 9 LEGAL REGIMES DETERMINING CHOICE OF LAW

Private International Law of Reinsurance and Insurance

Page 207 9 LEGAL REGIMES DETERMINING CHOICE OF LAW 9.1 In contracts, the will of the parties is unsurprisingly accorded substantial pre-eminence, and the choice of law rules applicable to contractual questions are no exception. As will be seen, the various treaties and directives applicable to contracts of insurance and reinsurance accord primacy to the contractual will of the parties, as does the common law, when applicable.

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