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Characterisation

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  1. In Conflict of Laws, characterisation is the second stage in the procedure to resolve a lawsuit involving a foreign law element

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 27, 2008
  2. a procedure to resolve a lawsuit

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  3. This process is described in English law as classification and as qualification in French law

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  4. In those cases where a different result would be achieved depending on which of several possibly relevant laws is applied, this stage of the process reveals the relevant rule for the choice of law but it is not necessarily a simple process (see the i

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  5. The first stage is for the court to determine whether it has jurisdiction, where appropriate confronting the problem of forum shopping

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