“Private International Law in Brazil comprises the study of four independent subject matters: 1) nationality under domestic and international law; 2) alien’s rights, also under domestic and international law; 3) determination of the applicable legislation to legal relationships connected with foreign countries; and 4) matters related to jurisdiction in international litigation. In this sense, Private International Law textbooks deal with the four subjects. This same criterion is adopted in several other countries, such as France, Belgium, Spain and Italy”.
Source: Panorama of Brazilian Law
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