Proposed EU regulations on matrimonial property and existing private international law

An article about the effect of marriage and registered partnerships on property rights, discussing the  proposed EU regulations on matrimonial property regimes and the property consequences of registered partnerships (Rome IV), civil law matrimonial property regimes, the historical position in England and Wales and conflicts of law, including the Hague Convention XXV of 14 March 1978 on the Law Applicable to Matrimonial Property Regimes.

Richard Frimston is a member of PLC Private Client's consultation board.

Richard Frimston, Russell-Cooke LLP


 

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