Private International Law in the Netherlands and its 1995 Supplement provide Dutch and foreign lawyers with an up-to-date survey of the present state of private international law in the Netherlands. The book describes Dutch private international law as it is applied by the courts. The more important cases are summarized throughout the text. At the end of each chapter the reader will find references to international agreements and legislative materials and literature.
This publication contains four parts. The appendices set out the most important treaties and statutes; extensive indices and cross-references are included for the purpose of quick reference.
The Supplement updates the publication and follows the general scheme of the main work.
Although the supplement's authors originally set out to prepare a summary update, the resulting work is quite extensive. In 1995 private international law in the Netherlands is even more fragmented than it was in 1987 and cannot be described in just a few pages. The manuscript for this supplement was completed in January 1995.