Brussels II bis

The Brussels II bis Regulation contains uniform rules for jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement of judgments in matrimonial matters and in matters of parental responsibility. This book addresses the impact and application of the new rules in the form of national reports.

Auteur(s):
Katharina Boele-Woelki, Cristina González-Beilfuss
Reeks:
European Family Law
Volume:
14
boek | verschenen | 1e editie
maart 2007 | xiii + 323 blz.

Paperback
€ 67,-


ISBN 9789050956444


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The Brussels II bis Regulation which contains uniform rules for jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement of judgments in matrimonial matters and in matters of parental responsibility became effective as of
1st March 2005 for 24 Member States of the European Union. This book addresses the impact and application of the new rules in the form of national reports. The authors provide answers to questions such as: What is the impact of the Regulation on national private international law on the one side, and on substantive law, on the other? Does the Regulation mean that changes have to be made in the national systems? Are there any difficulties as regards the consistency of the private international law system? In how far does the Regulation match the substantive law both as regards divorce and parental responsibility? Are there any difficulties as regards the implementation of the Regulation in the national systems? Have any implementing measures been taken?

A comparative synthesis of the impact and application of the Brussels II bis Regulation within the European Union and a general introduction into the Europeanisation of private international law in family matters complement the book. As a result it contains the latest update of international family law in Europe.


About this book
‘[...] a welcome comparative synthesis [...] an important contribution to the literature on the intersection between the two disciplines [...].’
Brian Sloan in Rabels Zeitschrift 74 (2010)


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Table of Contents (p. 0)

PART ONE. THE EUROPEANISATION OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW IN FAMILY MATTERS

FROM BRUSSELS II TO BRUSSELS II BIS AND FURTHER (p. 1)

THE IMPACT AND APPLICATION OF THE BRUSSELS II BIS REGULATION IN THE MEMBER STATES: COMPARATIVE SYNTHESIS (p. 23)

PART TWO. THE IMPACT AND APPLICATION OF BRUSSELS II BIS IN THE MEMBER STATES

AUSTRIA (p. 41)

BELGIUM (p. 57)

CZECH REPUBLIC (p. 69)

ESTONIA (p. 83)

FINLAND (p. 91)

FRANCE (p. 103)

GERMANY (p. 123)

GREECE (p. 133)

IRELAND (p. 145)

ITALY (p. 167)

LITHUANIA (p. 185)

LUXEMBOURG (p. 199)

MALTA (p. 205)

THE NETHERLANDS (p. 217)

POLAND (p. 237)

SLOVAKIA (p. 247)

SLOVENIA (p. 261)

SPAIN (p. 279)

SWEDEN (p. 297)

UNITED KINGDOM (p. 309)

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European Family Law

... the European Family Law Series [plays] an important role in informing lawyers across Europe and beyond about developments in other jurisdictions, and in continually assessing the potential for hamonisation in the field.
Brian Sloan in Rabels Zeitschrift 74 (2010)

The European Family Law series is dedicated to the harmonisation and unification of family and succession law in Europe. The series includes comparative legal studies and materials as well as studies on the effects of international and European law making within the national legal systems in Europe.

The series is published under the auspices of the Organising Committee of the Commission on European Family Law:
- Professor Katharina Boele-Woelki (The Netherlands),
- Professor Frédérique Ferrand (France),
- Professor Cristina González Beilfuss (Spain),
- Professor Maarit Jänterä-Jareborg (Sweden),
- Professor Nigel Lowe (United Kingdom),
- Professor Dieter Martiny (Germany) and
- Associate Professor Velina Todorova (Bulgaria).

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