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Planning the Future of Cross Border Families

A Path Through Coordination

Editor(s): Ilaria Viarengo, Francesca C Villata
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Published: 15-10-2020
Format: PDF eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 976
ISBN: 9781509919888
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Studies in Private International Law
RRP: £153.00
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About Planning the Future of Cross Border Families

This book is built upon the outcomes of the EUFam's Project, financially supported by the EU Civil Justice Programme and led by the University of Milan. Also involved are the Universities of Heidelberg, Osijek, Valencia and Verona, the MPI in Luxembourg, the Italian and Spanish Family Lawyers Associations and training academies for judges in Italy and Croatia. The book seeks to offer an exhaustive overview of the regulatory framework of private international law in family and succession matters. The book addresses current features of the Brussels IIa, Rome III, Maintenance and Succession Regulations, the 2007 Hague Protocol, the 2007 Hague Recovery Convention and new Regulations on Property Regimes.
The contributions are authored by more than 30 experts in cross-border family and succession matters. They introduce social and cultural issues of cross-border families, set up the scope of all EU family and succession regulations, examine rules on jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition and enforcement regimes and focus on the current problems of EU family and succession law (lis pendens in third States, forum necessitatis, Brexit and interactions with other legal instruments). The book also contains national reports from 6 Member States and annexes of interest for both legal scholars and practitioners (policy guidelines, model clauses and protocols).

Table Of Contents

PART I
CROSS-BORDER FAMILIES: SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ISSUES
1. Unification of Private International Law in Family Matters in the European Union: Cultural Issues
Christian Kohler
2. Cross-Border Families and Social Issues: A Sociological Analysis
Paola Bonizzoni and Luisa Leonini
3. EUFam's Cases and Issues of Islamic Law
Elisa Giunchi

PART II
SCOPE OF THE EU FAMILY LAW REGULATIONS
4. Preliminary Questions
Thomas Pfeiffer and Josef Wittmann
5. Matrimonial Matters
Rosario Espinosa Calabuig
6. Parental Responsibility
Diletta Danieli
7. Maintenance
Mirela Župan and Martina Drventic
8. Succession
Carmen Azcárraga Monzonís
9. Matrimonial Property Regimes
Pablo Quinzá Redondo
10. Property Consequences of Registered Partnerships
Guillermo Palao Moreno

PART III
GENERAL ISSUES
11. Finding a Habitual Residence
Thalia Kruger
12. Habitual Residence in the Succession Regulation
Jacopo Re
13. Multiple Nationalities and EU Family Regulations
Stefania Bariatti

PART IV
JURISDICTION AND PARALLEL PROCEEDINGS
14. Jurisdiction
Arantxa Gandía Sellens, Amandine Faucon Alonso and Philippos Siaplaouras
15. Parallel Proceedings – Lis Pendens and Concurrent Procedures
Mirela Župan and Martina Drventic
16. Exceptio Rei Judicatae
Elena D'Alessandro

PART V
APPLICABLE LAW
17. Coordination Among the Objective Connecting Factors in Proceedings on Divorce, Maintenance, Property Regimes and Succession
Ilaria Viarengo
18. The Role of Party Autonomy in Pursuing Coordination
Cristina González Beilfuss
19. The 1996 Hague Convention on the Protection of Children
Maria Caterina Baruffi
20. The Impact of the Proof of Foreign Law
Rosario Espinosa Calabuig
21. Public Policy
Filippo Marchetti

PART VI
RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT
22. The Fragmentation of the Recognition and Enforcement Regimes
Thomas Pfeiffer, Mirjam Escher and Josef Wittmann

PART VII
COORDINATION WITH THIRD STATES
23. Forum Necessitatis
Pietro Franzina
24. Interaction of the Brussels IIa and Maintenance Regulations with (Possible) Litigation in Non-EU States: Including Brexit Implications
Paul R Beaumont

PART VIII
RELATION WITH OTHER INSTRUMENTS
25. Impact of the Regulations on the Free Movement of Persons in the EU
Alessandra Lang
26. Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights on the Application of (Some of) the EU Family Regulations
Patrick Kinsch
27. Relationship between the 2007 Hague Maintenance Protocol and the Prior Hague Maintenance Conventions
Laura Carballo Pineiro

PART IX
THE COOPERATION BETWEEN CENTRAL AUTHORITIES
28. The Cooperation between Central Authorities under the Brussels IIa Regulation
Andrea Schulz
29. The Cooperation of Central Authorities under the Maintenance Regulation
Hrvoje Grubišic

PART X
NATIONAL REPORTS
30. The Application of the EUFam's Regulations in Croatia
Mirela Župan, Ines Medic, Paula Poretti, Nataša Lucic and Martina Drventic
31. The Application of the EUFam's Regulations in the Czech Republic
Lenka Válková
32. The Application of the EUFam's Regulations in Germany
Mirjam Escher
33. The Application of the EUFam's Regulations in Italy
Diletta Danieli and Cinzia Peraro
34. The Application of the EUFam's Regulations in Slovakia
Lenka Válková
35. The Application of the EUFam's Regulations in Spain
Rosario Espinosa Calabuig, Laura Carballo Pineiro, Carmen Azcárraga Monzonís, Pablo Quinzá Redondo, Guilllermo Palao Moreno and Carlos Esplugues Mota

PART XI
DELIVERABLES OF THE PROJECT
36. The Outcomes of the Online Questionnaire
Caterina Fratea and Diletta Danieli
37. Internationally Shared Good Practices
Arantxa Gandia Sellens, Céline Camara, Amandine Faucon Alonso and Philippos Siaplaouras
38. Choice-of-Court and Choice-of-Law Clauses
Francesca Clara Villata and Lenka Válková
39. EUFam's Policy Guidelines
Carmen Azcárraga Monzonís, Maria Caterina Baruffi , Diletta Danieli, Mirjam Escher, Rosario Espinosa Calabuig, Amandine Faucon Alonso, Caterina Fratea, Arantxa Gandía Sellens, Filippo Marchetti, Marta Requejo Isidro, Philippos Siaplaouras, Lenka Válková, Ilaria Viarengo, Josef Wittmann and Mirela Župan
40. Model Protocol for Coordination Among Judges
EUFam's Working Group 'Judicial Committee'

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