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Part VI Cooperation through Central Authorities and General and Final Provisions, 10 General and Final Provisions

From: European Private International Family Law: The Brussels IIb Regulation

Michael Wilderspin

From: Oxford Legal Research Library (http://olrl.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2023. All Rights Reserved.date: 29 February 2024

Child abduction — Family law — Jurisdiction under the Brussels II Regulation

This chapter explores Chapter VI of the Brussels IIb Regulation that contains a miscellany of provisions. It looks into the provisions indicated in Article 85 up to Article 103. Some articles address the issues of cooperation in court, collection and transmission of information, notification of the data subject, and non-disclosure of information. In the context of the Regulation, no legislation or other similar formality will be required since legalisation of the documents would need an issue by a court. Moreover, the abolition of the requirement for legalisation in the Brussels Conventions and Regulations extended beyond the legalisation stricto sensu to embrace any similar formality. The chapter also considers the Regulation’s attempts to minimise the need for translations.

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