I have attempted to learn what I can (IANAL) from reading the article: Conflict of Laws Principles: Everything You Need to Know.
The article indicates multiple (2+ jurisdictions).
Conflict of laws signifies the difference between the laws of two or more jurisdictions that are applicable to a dispute in question. that are applicable to a dispute in question.
If there are two conflicting state laws of the same jurisdiction (for example both in Florida):
- is nomenclature different (i.e. not "Conflict of Laws" and is labeled "XYZ")
- are the principles for determining which law applies the same with said Florida example
A good answer would walk through the thought process of the example provided at: HOA meetings transcripts