Recueil Des Cours, Collected Courses, Volume 295 (2002)

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Contents

The foundations and emergence of jurisdictional theory
27
authority over multistate transactions or controversies
33
ally encountered arise
50
Further considerations affecting the assertion of adjudicatory
56
The design of jurisdictional provisions
68
The emergence of jurisdictional theory in the United States
95
plaintiffs and defendants
163
Basic themes and pervasive issues
179
consequences
204
Participation without objection as a defendant
219
herein of forum non con
306
contemporary theory and practice
315
Antisuit injunctions
326
the lis pendens doctrine as an alter
341
Epilogue
402
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Co-publication with: The Hague Academy of International Law.

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