Blog Bite: What part do the courts play in determining the governing law of a contract, if at all?

May 26, 2006

This article posted on our partner site discusses how the courts favor leaving the decision of governing law up to the parties. Limits arise only if the contract is illegal (which can in part result from being contrary to public policy or morality) or the choice is not bona fide (does not make commercial sense).

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Governing Law
Canada (ON)

Written by Alina.