Cases on Private International Law (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Cases on Private International Law
Most of the cases which occupy an English Court are in every respect of a purely English character; the parties are English men, and the cause of action arises wholly in England, as where A, a London tradesman. Sues X, a citizen Of London, for the price of goods sold and delivered in London. When this is so, every act done, or alleged to be done, by either of the parties clearly de pends for its legal character on the ordinary rules of English law.
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