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20 CHOICE OF LAW

Reinsurance Practice and the Law

Chapter 20 CHOICE OF LAW INTRODUCTION “Contracts are incapable of existing in a legal vacuum. They are mere pieces of paper devoid of all legal effect unless they were made by reference to some system of private law which defines the obligations assumed by the parties.”

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