Workstream 1 of the EU project "Planning the future of cross-border families: a path through coordination (EUFam's)" (JUST/2014/JCOO/AG/CIVI/7729) is aimed at identifying the difficulties experienced by national courts and practitioners in the application of the EU private international law instruments on family matters (namely Regulations no 2201/2003, 4/2009, 1259/2010, 650/2012). In order to assess such difficulties, a series of national exchange seminars has been organized in the second half of 2016 in Italy, Germany, Spain and Croatia where selected practitioners, judges and academics with specific knowledge on the above mentioned legal instruments took part and whose outcomes are collected in the four reports drafted by the organising partner. As a follow-up of these activities, the University of Verona was assigned the additional task to draft a questionnaire addressed at various categories of legal professionals in order to assess on a wider scale and among a larger number of practitioners the difficulties encountered in the interpretation and application of the EU Regulations, also considering their interplay with the relevant Hague Conventions.

The Outcomes of the Online Questionnaire

fratea caterina
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danieli diletta
2020-01-01

Abstract

Workstream 1 of the EU project "Planning the future of cross-border families: a path through coordination (EUFam's)" (JUST/2014/JCOO/AG/CIVI/7729) is aimed at identifying the difficulties experienced by national courts and practitioners in the application of the EU private international law instruments on family matters (namely Regulations no 2201/2003, 4/2009, 1259/2010, 650/2012). In order to assess such difficulties, a series of national exchange seminars has been organized in the second half of 2016 in Italy, Germany, Spain and Croatia where selected practitioners, judges and academics with specific knowledge on the above mentioned legal instruments took part and whose outcomes are collected in the four reports drafted by the organising partner. As a follow-up of these activities, the University of Verona was assigned the additional task to draft a questionnaire addressed at various categories of legal professionals in order to assess on a wider scale and among a larger number of practitioners the difficulties encountered in the interpretation and application of the EU Regulations, also considering their interplay with the relevant Hague Conventions.
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EU family law; private international law on family matters, crossborder families
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