Reference : Règlement 2201/2003 en matière de dissolution du mariage et de responsabilité parenta...
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Règlement 2201/2003 en matière de dissolution du mariage et de responsabilité parentale : synthèse de jurisprudence
[en] The Brussels IIBis Regulation (2201/2003) : overview of case law
Wautelet, Patrick mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Département de droit > Droit international privé >]
Droit judiciaire européen et international
[en] European and international procedural law
Van Drooghenbroeck, Jean-François
La Charte
La jurisprudence du Code judiciaire commentée (vol. V)
[en] reconnaissance ; exécution ; compétence internationale ; divorce ; annulation du mariage ; responsabilité parentale ; enlèvement d'enfant ; conflits de juridictions ; matières civiles ; enfant ; famille ; résidence habituelle ; litispendance ; mesures provisoires ; époux ; désunion ; droit d'hébergement ; déplacement illicite ; nationalité ; Hadadi ; Marinos
[en] This paper presents an overview of the case law of the ECJ in relation to Regulation 2201/2003. The focus is on cases decided by the ECJ and by French and Belgian courts, with a few reference made to court practice in England. Cases are presented and discussed in relation to the various provisions of the Regulation to which they relate. For each case, an abstract is included, followed by (critical) comments. This overview appeared in a book presenting the main European regulations dealing with European procedural law (jurisdiction of courts, recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments). The book is part of a series edited by Prof. Georges de Leval (University of Liège), which collects court practice in relation to procedural law.
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