Linee di sviluppo del diritto internazionale privato della famiglia

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Lines of development of private international family law

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[Autom. eng. transl.] 1. The evolution of the regulatory landscape: the contribution of instruments of uniform law and the questions raised by their sectoral character. - 2. The increased political value of the private international law of family relationships, under the pressure of intensifying migration dynamics, the persistence of differences between the various States as regards the discipline of family institutions, and the role of the rules of private international law with respect to the realization of fundamental rights related to family life. 3. Some basic guidelines underlying recent developments in private international family law. - 4. (Continued). The individualistic declination of private international family law and the expansion of the area of autonomy. - 5. (Continued). The location that is no longer necessarily unique, but potentially multiple and flexible in family relationships. - 6. (Continued). The acceleration of family relationships and its repercussions on the way of understanding the location. - 7. (Continued). The introduction of corrective materials to the functioning of the localization standards. - 8. Conclusions: the slowing down of the regulatory process, in particular uniform, and the role of the interpreter.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Lines of development of private international family law
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationComunioni di vita e familiari tra libertà, sussidiarietà e inderogabilità
EditorsS. Giova, P. Perlingieri
Number of pages18
Publication statusPublished - 2019


  • Diritto di famiglia
  • Diritto internazionale privato
  • Family law
  • Private international law


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