New Lugano Convention signed

We have previously reported on the new Lugano Convention, which will replace the existing Lugano Convention of 1988 between the EC and certain EFTA states, namely Switzerland, Norway, and Iceland (see Legal update, New Lugano convention on jurisdiction in line with Brussels Regulation).

The new Convention has now been signed. In accordance with article 69, it will come into force on the first day of the sixth month following the deposit of the articles of ratification with the Swiss Federal Council by the EC and the relevant EFTA country.

Source: Europa
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