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  1. In these Principles, the CEFL has developed a comprehensive and original set of rules in the field of parental responsibilities based on respect for the rights of the child, non-discrimination and, as far as possible, self-determination. In their provisions on specific issues the Principles opt for solutions which seem to be workable and shall avoid unnecessary hardship and disputes.
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    € 60,-

  2. This book describes and analyses the different legal approaches and policy discussion regarding cohabitation in the Nordic countries.
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    € 67,-

  3. L’étude de la capacité de l’enfant dans les droits français, anglais et écossais met en lumière trois approches différentes de la minorité. L’étude entreprise met en relief l’idée force que la capacité octroyée au mineur ne saurait l’être au détriment de la protection de sa personne, et dans une moindre mesure de celle de son patrimoine.
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    € 70,-

  4. This book covers five areas of family property law in Europe: Matrimonial Property Law in Europe, Family Contracts – Issues of Autonomy, Protection of Older People in Law, Freedom of Testation and Protection of Family Members, and the Unification of Private International Law. These issues are discussed throughout the book, together addressing the broad question: what might be the future of family property law in Europe?
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    € 85,-

  5. This book contains the Principles of European Family Law regarding Property Relations between Spouses. In these Principles, the CEFL has developed an all-inclusive set of rules for two matrimonial property regimes: the participation in acquisitions and the community of acquisitions.
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    € 80,-

  6. This work, thanks to the translation of the rules of private international law in the field of inheritance law provides lawyers, civil servants and consular officers with insight into the applicable rules in international cases.
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    € 28,-

  7. This book provides an overview of the developments in family law in Europe during the last two millennia. It aims to examine the so-called 'cultural constraints argument', which suggests that family law is unsuitable for harmonisation because the family laws of the European countries are deeply imbedded in their unique national cultures and history.
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    € 95,-

  8. This edited volume seeks to test the Principles of European Family Law Regarding Divorce and Maintenance Between Former Spouses in a range of legal systems, Malta, Estonia, Lithuania and Turkey; and in so doing to assess these legal systems in view of the Principles, and the Principles in view of these legal systems.
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    € 50,-

  9. The Child’s Interests in Conflict addresses the conflicting demands on children from minority groups or children born to parents of different cultural or faith backgrounds.
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    € 58,-

  10. This book contains the contributions to the third CEFL conference which took place in Oslo in June 2007. The general topic European Challenges in Contemporary Family Law has been divided into five themes: • The Harmonisation of Family Law • Children and Their Parents • Irregular Marriages and the Influence of Multiculturalism • (Property) Relations between Spouses and Cohabitants • Cross-Border Family Relationships.
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