Commentary

34 Special jurisdiction

BANKING vol 4(1)
| Commentary

34 Special jurisdiction

| Commentary

34 Special jurisdiction

Articles 5 and 6 of the Brussels I Regulation contain specific exceptions to the general principle that a person domiciled in a member state may only be sued in the courts of that state. Pursuant to Article 5(1) a person domiciled in one member state may be sued in the courts of another member state if the place of performance of the obligation in question is the other member state1. Under Article 6(2) a guarantor may be sued in the courts of a Contracting State other than that in which the guarantor is domiciled if

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