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  1. The volume collects all the relevant instruments in the field of EU private international law in family matters as completed by referencing all decisions issued by the CJEU on these Regulations.
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    €119.-

  2. This book focuses on the civil status validity of formalized relationships of same-sex couples when such couples move across borders between EU Member States. The Baltic States, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland, are used as examples of States that are less accommodating of same-sex relationships concluded abroad.
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    €145.-

  3. Certain confidential lawyer-client communications are privileged from disclosure. Considering that these rules can differ from state to state, this book examines various states' disclosure laws and legal privilege rules in a comparative manner. It proposes a new rule that courts should use for determining the applicable privilege law during transnational litigation.
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    €109.-

  4. This book is the result of a long-term comparative research project on intellectual property. It unearths the thought patterns which are culturally, morally and historically imprinted across Europe and questions the common narratives of the distinctiveness of private and public law, contracts and property, and morality and the law.
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    €139.-

  5. This book addresses the issue of mothers who, fleeing from domestic violence, take their children with them and thus become liable for international child abduction. It examines how protection measures can help the abducting mother in this context, with a special focus on the utility of Regulation 606/2013 on mutual recognition of protection measures in civil matters and Directive 2011/99/EU on the European Protection Order, which allow cross-...
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    €69.-

  6. This book explores the role of Article 47 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights - which guarantees the right to effective judicial protection - in consumer cases before the Court of Justice of the European Union, as well as civil courts in Spain and the Netherlands.
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    €65.80 €94.-

  7. This volume contributes to the literature on private international family law in Europe through the examination of two recent EU instruments: the Matrimonial Property Regulation and the Regulation on the Property Consequences of Registered Partnerships. The book presents the two regulations in a clear and comprehensive manner and analyses their implications for EU family law going forward.
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    €69.-

  8. In this book, which is part of the book series of the Common Core of European Private Law, reporters consider legal institutions that allow persons who have occupied private or public land of others to acquire that land through mere long-term use.
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    €104.30 €149.-

  9. This book analyzes the function and role of international law in a framework of increased global governance by focusing on how 'community interests' are articulated and protected in various areas, including the global commons, and human rights and security related issues.
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    €48.30 €69.-

  10. The book sketches a broad landscape of sources of modern contract law, with particular regard to EU private law rules. It provides for a better understanding of the identity of present-day contract law by analysing the multitude of social and economic dynamics that shape its normative landscape.
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    €69.30 €99.-
 
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