The IRTL imposes on the choice-of-law process the value of "equality" according to which individuals are treated equally before the law regardless of race, gender, religion, and so on.
However, this would ignore the IRTL. Since Ontario's negligence law of that time discriminated against foreign residents in favor of local residents, (122) this law infringes the equality of the parties and consequently is inconsistent with the IRTL.
Boys represents a case where the content of the applied law passes the IRTL. In this case, a tort had been committed between two English soldiers during their military service in Malta.
The last example I would like to refer to is the well-known notion of international human rights as a reflection of IRTL. The IRTL sheds light on the conceptual location of this notion.