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Answers to 9 common questions about the matrimonial law in the UK: 1 Which law applies? 2 Is there a statutory matrimonial property regime and if so, what does it provide? 3 How can the spouses arrange their property regime? 4 Can or must the matrimonial property regime be registered? 5 What are the consequences of divorce/separation? 6 What are the consequences of death? 7 Does your national law provide a special matrimonial property regime for multi-national couples? 8 What does the law provide for the property of registered and non-registered partners? 9 Which is the competent authority to turn to in cases of disputes and other legal issues?
An article about the "professio juris" as a tool of legal competition, lex rei sitae vs. lex personalis, the law applicable to successions in romanian private international law and the "professio juris" in the matter of international successions.
EU Regulations on Matrimonial Property Regimes and on the Property Consequences of Registered Partnerships
The CNUE considers that citizens should be able to benefit from an effective right of free movement within the EU and thus be subject to a lighter administrative burden and fewer associated costs, and that the proposal for a Regulation on matrimonial property regimes and the proposal for a Regulation on registered partnerships constitute a noteworthy step towards achieving this.