SOME ISSUES ON PRESENT UNDERSTANDING OF THE SCOPE, TASKS AND AIMS OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
This article touches up some academic issues of private international law, among which the following seems to be of primary importance. There are some scientific debates about what the private international law represents, and within the framework of which system of law: international or domestic, it should be codified. The role of the conceptual means of the law in the attainment of its fundamental theoretical problems. The Institute of international law [an authoritative international organization located in Paris] on the necessity of PIL study by each who wants to become a lawyer. UN demands to the States of the world to develop the procedures and set of rules for governing private-law relations of international character, as an essential condition for building peaceful and sustainable relations worldwide. The scope of private international law as a living environment in which there appear diverse relationships, which can not be regulated by any other set of rules, except the rules of private international law. The tasks that can be solved by PIL in modern international civil turnover. The aim of PIL and its impact on the ongoing processes of social, economic, cultural and humanitarian character in the contemporary world.