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"New Zealand Conflict of Laws – A Bird’s Eye View"

In this section of an overview of New Zealand Conflict of Laws, the impact of the Accident Compensation Scheme on transnational tort litigation is considered. The authors discuss the interpretation and application of the double actionability rule for tort within the context of the bar on proceedings for damages in terms of the Accident Compensation Act 1972, with specific reference to the problem of foreigners’ loss of earnings.

Author
FM Auburn and PRH Webb
Published in
KR Simmonds (ed) Contemporary problems in the conflict of laws : essays in honour of John Humphrey Carlile Morris (AW Sijthoff, Leyden : Boston)
Year
1978
Pages
271-298

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