Lex loci

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In conflict of laws, the term lex loci (Latin for "the law of the place")[1] is a shorthand version of the choice of law rules that determine the lex causae (the laws chosen to decide a case).

The relevant rules are:

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  1. ^ Ehrlich, Eugene (1987) [1985]. Amo, Amas, Amat and More. New York: Harper Row. p. 170. ISBN 0-06-272017-1.