I. Introduction: A. “Court” and “Jurisdiction” Defined; B. Jurisdiction Distinguished from Venue. - II. General Features of the Jurisdiction-Conferring Rules: A. The Overall Layout; B. A Self-Contained Regime. - III. Property Matters connected with a Succession Case: A. The Place of Article 4 in the Jurisdictional System of the Regulation; B. The Purpose and Operation of the Provision. - IV. Property Matters connected with Divorce and Similar Proceedings: A. Matrimonial Matters and Matters of Matrimonial Property Regimes; B. Matters Relating to the Dissolution or Annulment of a Partnership and the Property Consequences. - V. Jurisdiction “In Other Cases”: A. The Two Functions of Article 6; B. A “Ladder” of Jurisdictional Grounds in Article 6; C. Choice of Court under Article 7. - VI. Jurisdiction based on the Appearance of the Defendant: A. The “Selective” Jurisdictional Effects of Voluntary Submission; B. Conditions Precedent; C. Relationship with Article 15. - VII. Alternative Jurisdiction: A. The Purpose of the Provision; B. The Conditions for Dismissal; C. The Grounds on which Alternative Jurisdiction May Be Asserted; D. Procedural Aspects. - VIII. Residual Grounds of Jurisdiction: A. Subsidiary Jurisdiction Based on the Situation of Immoveable Property; B. Forum of Necessity. - IX. Counterclaims. - X. Concluding Remarks.
|Numero di pagine||36|
|Rivista||YEARBOOK OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2018|
- Diritto internazionale privato
- Private international law
- Property regimes
- Regimi patrimoniali