Paraguay becomes first to allow non-state law in cross-border litigation
Paraguay has become the first country worldwide to introduce legislation based on The Hague Principles governing international contracts – allowing for the unprecedented use of both foreign and non-state law in cross-border judicial litigation, which the government hopes will boost investment into the country.
To read more
Subscribe to Latin Lawyer
Subscribe to unlock unlimited access
Get news, unique commentary, expert analysis and essential resources from the Latin Lawyer experts.