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The external dimension of EC private international law in family and succession matters

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The external dimension of EC private international law in family and succession matters
/ edited by Alberto Malatesta, Stefania Bariatti, Fausto Pocar. - Padova : Cedam, 2008. - 392 ; 24 cm.

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Abbreviations xi
Introductory Speech  
The "Communitarization" of Private International Law and its Impact on the External Relations of the European Union, di Fausto Pocar 3
FIRST PART - EC EXTERNAL RELATIONS AND PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW  
The Lugano Opinion and its Consequences in Family and Succession Matters, di Alberto Malatesta 19
The Doctrine of Implied External Powers and Private International Law Concerning Family and Succession Matters, di Andrea Santini 31
Bilateral Agreements with non-Member States after the Lugano Opinion, di David McClean 55
Bilateral Agreements with non-Member States after the Lugano Opinion: Some Procedural Issues, di Stefania Bariatti 77
General Discussion  
The Application of EC Law to non-Purely íntra-Community Situations, di Laura Tomasi 87
SECOND PART - GENERAL PROBLEMS OF EC PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW WITH REGARD TO RELATIONS WITH THIRD STATES  
SECTION 1: JURISDICTION, RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENTS AND ADMINISTRATIVE COOPERATION  
Lights and Shadows of Communitarisafion of Private International Law: Jurisdiction and Enforcement in Family Matters with regard to Relations with Thírd States, di Alegría Borrás 99
International jurisdiction and Third States: A View from the EC in Family Matters, di Etienne Pataut 123
The Opportunity and the Modalities of the Introduction of Erga Omnes EC Rules on jurisdiction, di Andrea Bonomi 149
Recognition and Enforcement of judgments in Family and Succession Matters, di Marta Pertegás 161
 
Short Remarks on EC Competence in Matters of Family Law, di Roberto Baratta 189
Administrative Cooperatíon with regard to the International Protection of Children, di William Duncan 195
General Discussion  
Habitual Residence as a Ground of jurisdiction in Matrimonial Disputes: From Brussels II-bis to Rome III, di Carola Ricci 207
European Private Intemational Law and Parallel Proccedings in Third States in Family Matters, di Gaetano Vitellino 221
SECTION 2: APPLICABLE LAW  
Connecting Factors, Party Autonomy and Renvoi, di Kurt Siehr 251
Applicable Law and Relatíons with Third States: The Use and Applicatíon of Habitual Residence, di Peter McEleavy 269
Unwelcome Foreign Law: Public Policy and Other Means to Protect the Fundamental Values and Public Interests of the European Community, di Th. M. de Boer 295
Public Policy in European Private International Law: In Response to the Contribution of Professor Th.M. de Boer on "Unwelcome Foreign Law, di Johan Meeusen 331
Characterisation and Interpretation in European Family Law Matters, di Carmen Parra Rodríguez 337
Characterization in European Private International Law: Short Notes on the Interpretation Process from Independence to Functíonality and Return (to the Tradition), di Luigi Fumagalli 357
General Discussion  
The Internal and External Dimensions in the Harmonization of European Conflict Rules on the Administrafion of Estates, di Cristina Mariottini 375
Final Report, di Alberto Malatesta 385
 
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