Communitarisation of Private International Law Rules on Party Autonomy in European Union
Marija Krvavac, Jelena Belović

The Party Autonomy is an authorization of the parties to agreeably choose the applicable law and International competent Court in order to regulate the mutual rights and obligations within Private International Law. In the field of Private International Law, Party Autonomy is a complete and approximate decisive fact. Unlike other binding circumstances Party Autonomy is party’s subjective choice of law which potentially indicates to selected law (lex voluntatis). The lex voluntatis application occurs only if parties agreeably use the opportunity of choosing the applicable law. Party Autonomy is a manifestation of the decisions of legal entities to take advantage of this opportunity.

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