Proper law

Proper law,

Definition of Proper law:

  1. The particular law taken to obtain in, or be appropriate to the consideration of, a specific case or transaction.

  2. Substantive law applicable where conflict of laws occurs, or which determines under which jurisdiction or system of law a case should be heard. For example, in international sale of goods agreements, the law of the sellers country is normally the proper law in case of a dispute with a foreign buyer.

Meaning of Proper law & Proper law Definition