Diritto internazionale privato e fenomeno migratorio: rapporti patrimoniali fra coniugi e successioni mortis causa

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Private international law and migration phenomenon: property relations between spouses and mortis causa successions

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] 1. The patrimonial dimension of the right to respect for family life and its protection in the presence of elements of internationality. - 2. The attitude of the rules of private international law to guide, on the basis of political options, methods and outcomes of the meeting of values inherent in every experience of mobility of people. - 3. The evolution of private international family law in the European Union; in particular, regulation (EU) no. 650/2012 on succession and the proposal for a regulation on property regimes between spouses. - 4. The "universal" applicability of the two regulatory instruments. - 5. The "unionist" option. - 6. Habitual residence as the main territorial projection of the individual. - 7. The special importance accorded to international private autonomy. - 8. The favor for the circulation of decisions and public documents within the European judicial area. - 9. Safeguarding the legal identity of the forum. - 10. Final considerations.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Private international law and migration phenomenon: property relations between spouses and mortis causa successions
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationI percorsi giuridici dell'integrazione
EditorsG. Caggiano
Pages651-676
Number of pages26
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Keywords

  • Diritto internazionale privato
  • Migration, family, succession
  • Migrazioni, famiglia, successioni
  • Private international law

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