Party autonomy regarding jurisdiction under the property regimes regulations
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dc.contributor.author Kramberger ?kerl, Jerca es
dc.date.accessioned 2021-12-02T11:23:33Z
dc.date.available 2021-12-02T11:23:33Z
dc.date.issued 2021 es
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10550/80922
dc.description.abstract The main accomplishment of the Property Regimes Regulations lies in their bringing more coherence into the cross-border family law adjudication. In the field of international jurisdiction, they strive to align the competence in couples? patrimony disputes to that in succession and in separation proceedings, or else to align the competence of the courts to the applicable law. These tendencies are clearly visible in the Regulations? provisions on choice of court agreements. Namely, the Regulations allow for such agreements, but severely limit parties? choice and the possible effects of these clauses. When succession or separation proceedings are pending, it is often only possible to institute patrimonial disputes at the same court as the said proceedings. When proceedings concerning matrimonial or registered partners? property are initiated without previously pending succession or divorce proceedings, or else when the necessary consent to the joinder is not given, parties can avail themselves of a fairly limited list of options to choose a court from. The Regulations leave several questions regarding choice of court agreements unanswered. Often, analogy with other EU regulations and the CJEU case-law can be of help. The critical eye of the doctrine is, however, mainly cast on the unpredictable fate of the choice of court agreements under the Regulations. The paper analyses the complex regulation of the choice-ofcourt agreements in the Property Regimes Regulations, draws attention to open questions and provides possible answers. es
dc.source Kramberger ?kerl, Jerca. Party autonomy regarding jurisdiction under the property regimes regulations. En: Actualidad jurídica iberoamericana, 15 2021: 274-291 es
dc.subject 2386-4567 22661 Actualidad jurídica iberoamericana 587897 2021 15 8113562 Party autonomy regarding jurisdiction under the property regimes regulations Kramberger ?kerl es
dc.subject Jerca The main accomplishment of the Property Regimes Regulations lies in their bringing more coherence into the cross-border family law adjudication. In the field of international jurisdiction es
dc.subject they strive to align the competence in couples? patrimony disputes to that in succession and in separation proceedings es
dc.subject or else to align the competence of the courts to the applicable law. These tendencies are clearly visible in the Regulations? provisions on choice of court agreements. Namely es
dc.subject the Regulations allow for such agreements es
dc.subject but severely limit parties? choice and the possible effects of these clauses. When succession or separation proceedings are pending es
dc.subject it is often only possible to institute patrimonial disputes at the same court as the said proceedings. When proceedings concerning matrimonial or registered partners? property are initiated without previously pending succession or divorce proceedings es
dc.subject or else when the necessary consent to the joinder is not given es
dc.subject parties can avail themselves of a fairly limited list of options to choose a court from. The Regulations leave several questions regarding choice of court agreements unanswered. Often es
dc.subject analogy with other EU regulations and the CJEU case-law can be of help. The critical eye of the doctrine is es
dc.subject however es
dc.subject mainly cast on the unpredictable fate of the choice of court agreements under the Regulations. The paper analyses the complex regulation of the choice-ofcourt agreements in the Property Regimes Regulations es
dc.subject draws attention to open questions and provides possible answers. Choice-of-court agreement es
dc.subject jurisdiction es
dc.subject matrimonial property es
dc.subject registered couples? property es
dc.subject Regulation 1103/2016 es
dc.subject Regulation 1104/2016 es
dc.subject party autonomy. es
dc.subject Acuerdo de elección del foro es
dc.subject jurisdicción es
dc.subject régimen económico-matrimonial es
dc.subject régimen de parejas registradas es
dc.subject Reglamento 1103/2016 es
dc.subject Reglamento 1104/2016 es
dc.subject autonomía de parte. 274 291 es
dc.title Party autonomy regarding jurisdiction under the property regimes regulations es
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article en
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion en
dc.subject.unesco UNESCO::CIENCIAS JURÍDICAS es
dc.identifier.doi es

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