Analyzing the recent Italian case-law is clear that a difficult balance is maintained bet-ween the Italian Law and the State’s obligation to recognize a foreign status under the EU law and ECHR principles. Moreover, the recognition of foreign judgment and provisions related to personal sta-tus are surely interconnected with the role of public policy, on one hand, and the effectiveness of human rights on the other hand

RECOGNITION OF A STATUS ACQUIRED ABROAD: ITALY

Martina Vivirito Pellegrino
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Marta Giacomini
2022

Abstract

Analyzing the recent Italian case-law is clear that a difficult balance is maintained bet-ween the Italian Law and the State’s obligation to recognize a foreign status under the EU law and ECHR principles. Moreover, the recognition of foreign judgment and provisions related to personal sta-tus are surely interconnected with the role of public policy, on one hand, and the effectiveness of human rights on the other hand
recognition, acceptance, status acquired abroad, Italian private international law, su-rrogacy, international name law, status registration, fundamental rights
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