Jurisdiction, Recognition and Enforcement in Matrimonial and Parental Responsibility Matters

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Jurisdiction, Recognition and Enforcement in Matrimonial and Parental Responsibility Matters

A Commentary on Regulation 2019/1111 (Brussels IIb)

9781839103971 Edward Elgar Publishing
Cristina González Beilfuss, Professor of Private International Law, University of Barcelona, Spain, Laura Carpaneto, Associate Professor, University of Genoa, Italy, Thalia Kruger, Professor, University of Antwerp and Honorary Research Associate, University of Cape Town, South Africa, Ilaria Pretelli, Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, Switzerland and Mirela Župan, Professor, Faculty of Law, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia
Publication Date: July 2023 ISBN: 978 1 83910 397 1 Extent: c 816 pp
This authoritative Commentary on the recast Regulation 2019/1111 on matters of matrimonial and parental responsibility presents a forensic analysis of the Regulation and is authored by an international cast of leading experts in family law and private international law. Employing a granular, article-by-article approach, the Commentary acts as a detailed reference point on the uniform jurisdiction rules for divorce, legal separation and marriage annulment, as well as for disputes over parental responsibility with an international element, including child abduction.

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This authoritative Commentary on the recast Regulation 2019/1111 on matters of matrimonial and parental responsibility presents a forensic analysis of the Regulation and is authored by an international cast of leading experts in family law and private international law.

Employing a granular, article-by-article approach, the Commentary acts as a detailed reference point on the uniform jurisdiction rules for divorce, legal separation and marriage annulment, as well as for disputes over parental responsibility with an international element, including child abduction. It provides clear guidance on and interpretation of the jurisdictional rules on collaboration of authorities and on the recognition and execution of judicial verdicts.

Key Features:

・Provides comprehensive article-by-article analysis
・Written by leading experts
・Adopts a practice-oriented approach to fully demonstrate the application of Regulation 2019/1111.
・Includes expansive reference to case-law and legal writings, considering relevant EU regulations

This meticulous and ambitious Commentary will be an indispensable companion for those involved in and practising family law, particularly in cases with a cross-border element, including judges, lawyers and child protection authorities. It will additionally be valuable for scholars of European family law and private international law.
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