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Conflict of Laws Definition:

A specialized branch of law which resolves cases which have an element of conflicting foreign law.

Related Terms: Mobilia Sequuntur Personam, Immobilia Situa, Depecage, Locus Regit Actum, Lex Loci Contractus

Conflict of laws is an area of the law, the subject matter taught to law students, and which purport to set out, in a long list of rules, how to resolve private disputes which include an international or foreign element.