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Public consultations

Title
Green Paper on conflict of laws in matters concerning matrimonial property regimes, including the question of jurisdiction and mutual recognition
Period of consultation
From 17 July 2006 to 30 November 2006
Objective of the consultation

On 17 July 2006 the Commission adopted a Green Paper on conflict of laws in matters concerning matrimonial property regimes, including the question of jurisdiction and mutual recognition (COM (2006) 400 Deutsch français Fichier PDF (PDF File 188 KB)). On the basis of the Council and Commission Action Plan implementing the Hague Programme on strengthening freedom, security and justice in the European Union, 4 November 2004, this document launches a wide-ranging consultation exercise on the legal questions which arise in an international context as regards matrimonial property regimes and the property consequences of other forms of union. It presents the various aspects of the matter on which there is apparent need for the adoption of Community legislative rules.

The Commission calls on all interested persons to send in their replies and any other useful contributions by no later than 30 November 2006 to the following address:

How to submit your contribution

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Reference documents and other, related consultations
Contact details
Responsible service:

E-mail: jls-coop-jud-civil@ec.europa.eu

Postal address:

European Commission
Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security
Unit C1 – Civil Justice,
Office LX46
B - 1049 Brussels
Fax: +32-2/295 32 05

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Member States: National governments

  • Austria [32.54 KB]
  • Belgium [49.7 KB]
  • Czech Republic [106.99 KB]
  • Estonia [33.32 KB]
  • Finland [335.3 KB]
  • France [54.97 KB]
  • Germany [40.39 KB]
  • Greece [190.08 KB]
  • Poland [160.61 KB]
  • Slovakia [53.6 KB]
  • Slovenia [134.05 KB]
  • Sweden [151.86 KB]
  • Switzerland [69.12 KB]
  • The Netherlands [41.82 KB]
  • United Kingdom

Member States: National parliaments

Others

Regional and local authorities

  • Justizministerium Baden-Württemberg [66.63 KB]