lex loci situs

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The law of the place where an object is situated. In private international law, this law usually governs such matters as succession to, title to, and the right to possession of immovables and the essential validity of trusts of immovables (for example, what estates can be created and whether or not gifts to charities are valid).

Subjects: Law.

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