Article 22 — Choice of law
- A person may choose as the law to govern his succession as a whole the law of the State whose nationality he possesses at the time of making the choice or at the time of death.
A person possessing multiple nationalities may choose the law of any of the States whose nationality he possesses at the time of making the choice or at the time of death.
- The choice shall be made expressly in a declaration in the form of a disposition of property upon death or shall be demonstrated by the terms of such a disposition.
- The substantive validity of the act whereby the choice of law was made shall be governed by the chosen law.
- Any modification or revocation of the choice of law shall meet the requirements as to form for the modification or revocation of a disposition of property upon death.