Tensions Between Legal, Biological and Social Conceptions of Parentage

This book comprises the contributions made to a session on “Tensions between legal, biological and social conceptions of parentage”, discussing the major developments in the law of parents and children, at the XVIIth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, 16–22 July 2006, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Editor(s):
Ingeborg Schwenzer
Series:
European Family Law
Volume:
15
book | published | 1st edition
March 2007 | xxxii + 391 pp.

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ISBN 9789050956468


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This book comprises the contributions made to a session on “Tensions between legal, biological and social conceptions of parentage”, discussing the major developments in the law of parents and children, at the XVIIth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, 16–22 July 2006, Utrecht, the Netherlands. It consists of the General Report as well as 15 National Reports from Austria, Belgium, Canada, China/Macau, Croatia, Denmark, England, Germany, Greece, Japan, the Netherlands, Romania, Serbia, Switzerland, and the USA, all by leading family law scholars in their respective countries.

Chapters

Table of Contents (p. 0)

TENSIONS BETWEEN LEGAL, BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL CONCEPTIONS OF PARENTAGE (p. 1)

TENSIONS BETWEEN LEGAL, BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL CONCEPTIONS OF PARENTAGE NATIONAL REPORT FOR AUSTRIA (p. 27)

FILIATION, ADOPTION, AUTORITÉ PARENTALE ET LE DROIT AUX RELATIONS PERSONNELLES EN BELGIQUE ANNO 2007 (p. 53)

LA TENSION ENTRE LA FILIATION LÉGALE, BIOLOGIQUE ET SOCIALE DANS LE DROIT QUÉBÉCOIS DE LA FILIATION (p. 91)

TENSIONS BETWEEN LEGAL, BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL CONCEPTIONS OF PARENTAGE. REPUBLIC OF CROATIA (p. 123)

DANISH REGULATION OF THE PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP (p. 141)

THE TENSIONS BETWEEN LEGAL, BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL CONCEPTIONS OF PARENTHOOD IN ENGLISH LAW (p. 159)

TENSIONS BETWEEN LEGAL, BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL CONCEPTIONS OF PARENTAGE IN GERMAN LAW (p. 177)

LE DROIT HELLENIQUE DE LA FILIATION : PARENTE BIOLOGIQUE ET PARENTE SOCIO-SENTIMENTALE (p. 211)

TENSIONS BETWEEN LEGAL, BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL CONCEPTIONS OF PARENTAGE – JAPAN (p. 221)

REGIONAL REPORT FROM MACAO SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION OF PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA (p. 233)

PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIPS IN DUTCH FAMILY LAW (p. 279)

LA TENSION ENTRE FILIATION LËGALE, BIOLOGIQUE ET SOCIALE DANS LE DROIT DE LA FILIATION (p. 309)

RECENT LEGAL REFORM OF THE PARENTAGE SERBIAN FAMILY LAW (p. 321)

PARENTAGE IN SWISS LAW (p. 343)

PARENTHOOD IN TRANSITION: A UNITED STATES PERSPECTIVE (p. 369)

ANNEX: QUESTIONNAIRE (p. 387)

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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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