| Commentary

4.3 Effect of national laws

| Commentary

4.3 Effect of national laws

Specifying a law for the contract will not necessarily override the laws of another country which may affect the contract, particularly where such laws are concerned with public policy issues. For example, in a contract between English and United States parties in which the law of the contract is stated to be that of a US State, English competition laws may still apply1.

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