UK Report ‘Cross-Border Proceedings in Family Law Matters before National Courts and CJEU’

Alice Diver

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Abstract

Country Report (UK - National Correspondent) on ‘Cross-Border Proceedings in Family Law Matters before National Courts and CJEU’ - A project on the Brussels IIa Regulation. This project, which is funded by a European Commission Action Grant, aims to identify best practices and provide recommendations on how to deal with difficulties in the application and interpretation of the Brussels IIa Regulation’s provisions. The research may be used by legal practitioners as a guide in the navigation of this complex framework. A Guide for application will include guidelines in applying the BIIa which will be a tool for national courts and legal practitioners. The project analyses BIIa by scrutinising its interaction with other EU family law instruments. In addition to that, the research provides recommendations to the EU legislator on possible directions through which to proceed on the unification of private international law rules.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNetherlands
PublisherTMC Asser Press
Publication statusPublished - 31 May 2018

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