Justin Hogan-Doran, 2003
This article examines when and where on-line contracts are made in an attempt to define the place of contracting as one of the bases of jurisdiction in a number of Common Law systems, including New Zealand. Within this context the author considers the continued application of the postal acceptance rule to on-line contracts with reference to allocation of risk. The author argues for a conflict of laws meaning to be given to where a contract is made. In regard to jurisdictional bases, forum conveniens should be adopted as a basis of jurisdiction, instead of merely controlling the exercise of jurisdiction.
PRH Webb, 1975
This article focuses on conflict of laws problems regarding trusts. The author discusses a number of New Zealand cases dealing with certain specific issues, such as administration of a trust, the law governing the capacity to make a settlement and to take under a settlement, power to appoint non-resident trustees, removal of a trustee, perpetuities, construction of a trust and breach of trust.
PRH Webb and JLR Davis, 1970
Cases and materials on the New Zealand conflict of laws
BD Inglis, 1959
This textbook covers the main areas of conflict of laws.