International Private Law (IPL) - a (2009)

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Description International Private Law (IPL) - a (2009)

1. Private International Law (PIL) - a comprehensive legal framework that combines regulations vnutrigosudarstven¬nogo legislation, international treaties and customs that govern:

a) civil-legal relations;

b) economic and moral attitudes;

c) civil relations with foreign elements.


2. Subject of the SPE are:

a) public relations of an international character;

b) international civil relations;

c) civil relations.


3. Conflicts of law - is:

a) a phenomenon associated exclusively with the presence inostranno¬go element in civil-legal relations;

b) phenomenon associated with different contents of civil law of different countries, with which it is closely related to the legal relationship.


4. Sources of Private International Law include:

a) The Constitution of the Russian Federation;

b) The Civil Code of the Russian Federation;

c) Family Code;

g) The Criminal Code of the Russian Federation;

d) The Federal Law "On Foreign Investments in Rossiy¬skoy Federation";

e) none of the above does not apply to those.


5. Is it possible to participate in the state as part of the legal relationship regulated MPP rules:

a) yes;

b) No;

a) in certain cases.


6. The conflict rules - is:

a) norm, which does not directly address the rights and obligations of civil sto¬ron relationship, and usually contains vy¬bora legal system;

b) the rate that determines the rules of conduct of the parties relationship, one of which is a foreign element;

c) rule which clearly indicates the rights and obligations of civil legal relationship.


7. "The volume of" conflict rule - is:

a) the disposition of law;

b) an indication of the kind of relationship;

c) the hypothesis of the legal norm;

g) legally significant circumstances relationship.


8. "Snap" conflict rule - is:

a) an indication of the law applicable;

b) of the regulations defining the legal entity;

c) the actual circumstances in which the rule of law applies dan¬naya;

d) the scope of the rule of law.


9. The difference between one-way and two-way collision rate is:

a) binding features;

b) the nature of the regulated relations;

c) the features of the subject composition.


10. Bilateral conflict rule - is:

a) an indication of the right of the State to be applied;

b) The rules contained provisions for choice of law;

c) The common feature, using which you can select the law applicable;

d) the basis for the application of international relations of the Russian law.


11. Subsidiary laws rule - a rule which formulates the general rule for choosing the right thing:

a) yes;

b) no.


12. Paragraph 1 of article. 1191 of the Civil Code states: "In applying the law, the court sets inostran¬nogo its content standards sootvet¬stvii with their official interpretation, the practice of application and doctrine in the corresponding foreign country." Yes Describe different rate:

a) conflict of laws;

b) two-sided;

c) material;

g) contract;

d) General.


13. Paragraph 4 of Art. 156 of the Family Code states: "The conditions of marriage stateless person in the territory of the Federation Ros¬siyskoy gosudar¬stva determined by the law, in which that person is domiciled." Describe this provision:

a) material;

b) one-sided;

c) The conflict of laws;

d) imperative;

d) dispositive;

e) internal.


14. Specify the base application of foreign law:

a) national legislation;

b) remission;

c) international treaties and custom;

d) judicial precedents.


15. Select the restrictions on the use of foreign law:

a) the reservation on a public order;

b) a reference to the law of the third country;

c) remission;

d) "tour" of the law;

d) international treaties.


16. Select the restrictions applying foreign pra¬va enshrined in Russian legislation:

a) the reservation on a

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