Joint Parental Authority

This book provides a comparative legal study of the concept and content of joint parental authority after divorce and the breakup of a relationship in Dutch and Danish law. In addition, the Principles regarding Parental Responsibilities which have been drafted by the Commission on European Family Law are taken into account.
Author(s):
Christina Jeppesen de Boer
Series:
European Family Law
Volume:
22
book | published | 1st edition
May 2008 | xviii + 342 pp.

Paperback
€72.-


ISBN 9789050958004


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This book provides a comparative legal study of the concept and content of joint parental authority after divorce and the breakup of a relationship in Dutch and Danish law. In addition, the Principles regarding Parental Responsibilities which have been drafted by the Commission on European Family Law are taken into account. The knowledge provided by this study may serve various purposes. Firstly, it contributes to the ongoing debate concerning the convergence of family law in Europe and the related discussions concerning the desirability and feasibility of its harmonisation. Secondly, it provides inspiration for national debates concerning the construction and content of joint parental authority and contact. Finally, it offers a micro-comparative study of the family law systems of Denmark and The Netherlands, which to date has never been the subject of a direct comparison.

Chapters

Table of Contents (p. 0)

PART I: THE LAW IN CONTEXT

Chapter I. Introduction (p. 1)

Chapter II. Past present and future (p. 31)

Chapter III. The influence of human rights (p. 83)

Chapter IV. Socio-legal data (p. 129)

PART II: THE COMPARISON OF DUTCH AND DANISH LAW AND THE CEFL PRINCIPLES

Chapter V. The allocation of parental authority (p. 145)

Chapter VI. Residence (p. 211)

Chapter VII. The content and exercise of parental authority (p. 235)

Chapter VIII. Contact, procedures and enforcement (p. 269)

PART III: DEVELOPMENT

Chapter IX. Main conclusions and critical assessment (p. 303)

Bibliography (p. 325)

Table of cases (p. 335)

Curriculum vitae (p. 341)

About the series:

European Family Law

... the European Family Law Series [plays] an important role in informing lawyers across Europe and beyond about developments in other jurisdictions, and in continually assessing the potential for hamonisation in the field.
Brian Sloan in Rabels Zeitschrift 74 (2010)

The European Family Law series is dedicated to the harmonisation and unification of family and succession law in Europe. The series includes comparative legal studies and materials as well as studies on the effects of international and European law making within the national legal systems in Europe.

The series is published under the auspices of the Organising Committee of the Commission on European Family Law:
- Professor Katharina Boele-Woelki (The Netherlands),
- Professor Frédérique Ferrand (France),
- Professor Cristina González Beilfuss (Spain),
- Professor Maarit Jänterä-Jareborg (Sweden),
- Professor Nigel Lowe (United Kingdom),
- Professor Dieter Martiny (Germany) and
- Associate Professor Velina Todorova (Bulgaria).

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