Review of law sciences


In recent years, expansion of internal and international trade have become the most pressing issue for Uzbekistan and its Government. In transnational business transactions, often disputes are referred to foreign courts or international arbitrations for adjudication. At that moment, many states utilize the principle of ‘public order’ to reject enforcing or recognizing of foreign courts’ decisions. In this article, will be tried to explain how about that infamous rule in Uzbek Private International Law.


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