Rome Convention

Rome Convention

An agreement harmonizing at least some of the contract law among members of what became the European Union. Under the Rome Convention, parties to a contract generally may choose which EU member's law shall govern the contract. The Convention was established in 1980.
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These are the proposals for the ratification of the United Nations Convention on the jurisdictional immunities of States and their property; the United Nations Convention against Corruption, October 30, 2003; the Rome Convention for the unification of certain rules relating to the conservation of aircraft, of May 1993 and the agreement signed with the Kingdom of Morocco to avoid double taxation and tax evasion.
QNA Doha Qatar has joined the Rome Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organizations (1961), the Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) said in a press statement on Sunday.
The accession of Qatar to the Rome Convention marks another milestone in the country's successful journey in the field of intellectual property rights protection", the MEC said in a statement.
6) Rome I was intended to mirror the Rome Convention (7) on the law applicable to contractual obligations, which was the only private international law instrument in international treaty form.
After the entry into force of the Rome Convention (1980), the Court of Cassation recognized and applied (regarding the international contracts) the principle of lex voluntatis in all cases (Cf.
95) In addition to offering broader intellectual property rights in general, many foreign jurisdictions have specifically decided to extend copyright protection to acting performances by joining the International Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organisations of 1961 ("Rome Convention") (96) The Rome Convention has been ratified by ninety-two nations, the United States not being one of them, (97) and was formed in response to concerns regarding new forms of technology that made reproduction of sounds and performances far easier and cheaper than they had been in the past.
Among the matters the regulations address are contracts of carriage, burden of proof, relationship with the Rome Convention, environmental damage, direct action against the insurer of the person liable, applicable law in the absence of a choice by the parties, and information to be provided by participating member states.
impending ratification of the Rome Convention in order to join the
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran plans to join international conventions on the protection of literary, artistic, scientific works, including Berne and Rome Convention, a senior Iranian official said on Tuesday.
14 - The participants called for adherence to international norms and conventions, immediate ratification of the Rome Convention on the core of the International Criminal Court, fighting against impunity and apprehension of all those who have committed crimes against the Sudanese people.
The second part of the monograph is devoted to an analysis of provisions of the Rome Convention on the law applicable to contractual obligations (1980) and Regulation (EC) No.
The cordial discussions also dealt with Middle Eastern issues, centering on the question of the Rome convention for restructuring the United Nations Security Council, he said, noting that the talks revealed harmony of the stances of Kuwait and Italy at this level.