Therefore, in the development of the applicable law clause, it is worth considering whether it should be limited to the agreement itself or whether it should be extended to cover all other non-contractual obligations related to the contract.7 There is currently no clear authority as to the effectiveness of such a clause under English law in determining the law governing the non-contractual obligations of the parties. In the light of Rome II, this position has changed. the consequences of a total or partial breach, including damage assessment, to the extent that it is subject to legislation; A “law on the law” clause is found uniformly in contracts and legal agreements between companies and their users. You will usually find these clauses in the terms and conditions of sale of websites or mobile applications. In beximco Pharmaceuticals Ltd -v- Shamil Bank of Bahrain EC,5 the provisions of the current law provide that “subject to the principles of glorious Sharia A, this agreement is submitted and interpreted in accordance with the laws of England.” The Court of Appeal held that the only relevant right was England`s law. “This agreement and all disputes, controversies, proceedings or claims of any kind arising from this agreement or its origin (including non-contractual disputes or claims) are governed by English law and are interpreted accordingly.” When an agreement is reached by commercial parties, “contractual” obligations are generally defined in a written agreement. However, the parties may also have obligations under common law that are not included in the terms of the contract. These “non-contractual” obligations could arise with respect to both: existing legislation. This agreement and any claim or means (contractual, unauthorized or legal) that may relate to or relating to this agreement, or the negotiation, performance or execution of the agreement (including any claim or means arising from a guarantee or guarantee that is or relates to the agreement or the conclusion of this agreement) , is subject to the internal laws of the state , including its statutes of limitations, and is enforced in accordance with domestic laws.