One of the deliverables of the EUFam’s Project is to formulate policy guidelines for amendments to the current Regulations, and to submit them to the EU legislator with a view to taking further steps in the direction of removing the current obstacles to the free movement of persons. Currently, the European legislation on family matters is spread out in multiple Regulations that regulate in a fragmentary, yet interconnected, manner relationships of a different nature. The situation gets more complicated with number of multilateral agreements previously acceded by Member States. Recently such agreements which fall into the external competence are adopted directly by EU.

EUFam's Policy Guidelines (Prorogation of Jurisdiction - Other Grounds of Jurisdiction - The One-Appeal Limit for the Cases of Child Abduction)

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2020-01-01

Abstract

One of the deliverables of the EUFam’s Project is to formulate policy guidelines for amendments to the current Regulations, and to submit them to the EU legislator with a view to taking further steps in the direction of removing the current obstacles to the free movement of persons. Currently, the European legislation on family matters is spread out in multiple Regulations that regulate in a fragmentary, yet interconnected, manner relationships of a different nature. The situation gets more complicated with number of multilateral agreements previously acceded by Member States. Recently such agreements which fall into the external competence are adopted directly by EU.
EU family law; private international law in family matters, crossborder families
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