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The first edition of the book ‘European Private International Law’ (Ars Aequi,2012), edited by Prof. Katharina Boele-Woelki (Utrecht University, the Netherlands) was recently published. It contains a collection of international and European instruments which primarily contain Private International Law rules for jurisdiction, the applicable law and the recognition and enforcement of foreign decisions. For further […]
Subject At the substantive law level, party autonomy has always been limited in the field of family law. The mandatory nature of many family law rules has meant that choice has always been restricted. Take, for instance, the mandatory nature of divorce proceedings in virtually every European jurisdiction. Increasingly, however, party autonomy in family law […]
The book Civil Litigation in a Globalising World, providing a unique compilation of 19 papers by international experts on comparative and international civil litigation, has just been released. It is edited by X.E. (Xandra) Kramer, Professor of Private International Law and European Civil Procedure at Erasmus School of Law (Rotterdam) and C.H. (Remco) van Rhee, […]
The fourth issue of 2011 of the Dutch journal on Private International Law, Nederlands Internationaal Privaatrecht includes the following articles on Brussels I and abolition of exequatur, the proposal European Arrest Preservation Order, Service of Documents and Intercountry surrogacy: Xandra Kramer,
The third issue of 2011 of the Dutch journal on Private International Law,
Roel Westrik, Jeroen van der Weide (eds.), Party Autonomy in International Property Law. Sellier, 2011 This book is the result of a
The second issue of 2011 of the Dutch journal on Private International Law,
The first issue of 2011 of the Dutch journal on Private International Law,
A conference organized by the European Law Academy (ERA) on the recast of the Brussels I Regulation will take place in Trier (Germany) on 26 and 27 May 2011. Renowned speakers will discuss the main issues of the revision: abolition of exequatur, provisional and protective measures, disputes involving third country defendants, efficiency of choice of […]