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Sibley v Sibley




unreported, 2 March 2010Held: French law applied under s.11 of the Private International Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1995 in a claim brought by an English Claimant against her blameless husband, who was driving a car in France when a French motorcyclist collided with it. Under the loi badinter the Defendant would be liable for the accident. The presumptive applicable law was not displaced.