MVV0568K/01 Mon 27. 2. to Fri 18. 5. Wed 15:05–16:35 133, K. Drličková
MVV0568K/02 K. Drličková
Good knowledge of Private International Law and European Law.
Course Enrollment Limitations
The course is only offered to the students of the study fields the course is directly associated with.
The capacity limit for the course is 15 student(s).
Current registration and enrollment status: enrolled: 6/15, only registered: 0/15
Fields of study the course is directly associated with
The aim of this subject is the analysis of most important instruments (including relevant case law) existing in the European Private International Law. The emphasis is given on the problamatic aspects of these instruments.
The main objectives can be summarized as follows: to become deeper acquainted with the instruments existing in European judicial area; to gain the ability to recognise the problematic aspects of this instruments; to become acquainted with the relevant case law of the ECJ; to obtain the ability to analyze this case law
Introduction - European Judicial Area - concept, history, sources, uniform interpretation, overview of instruments
Conflict of Laws - Rome I Regulation (basic concepts, scope of application, choice of law, applicable law in the absence of choice), Regulation Rome II, applicable law in family matters, applicable law in the area of wills and succession
International Jurisdiction - Regulation Brussels I (scope of application, concept of domicile, system of jurisdiction), Regulation Brussels IIbis, further instruments (maintenance, matrimonial property, wills and succession)
Recognition and Enforcement - Regulation Brussels I, Regulation on European Enforcement Order, Regulation on European Payment Order
Regulation Brussels IIbis, further instruments (maintenance, matrimonial property, wills and succession)
Interactive syllabus of this subject
Brussels I regulation. Edited by Alfonso Luis Calvo Caravaca - John Blakeley - Ulrich Magnus - Peter Ma. München: Sellier. European Law Publishers, 2007. xxvii, 852. ISBN 978-3-935808-32. info
BRIGGS, Adrian. Agreements on jurisdiction and choice of law. 1st pub. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. xlix, 572. ISBN 978-0-19-928230. info
BRIGGS, Adrian. Civil jurisdiction and judgments. Edited by Peter Rees. 4th ed. London: Norton rose, 2005. lxi, 743 s. ISBN 1-84311-425-9. info
EU private international law: an EC court casebook. Edited by Michael Bogdan - Ulf Maunsbach. Groningen: Europa Law Publishing, 2006. xxii, 331. ISBN 90-76871-71-X. info
BOGDAN, Michael. Concise introduction to EU private international law. Groningen: Europa Law Publishing, 2006. x, 220 s. ISBN 90-76871-70-1. info
Seminars, analysis of the case law, class discussion, homeworks
Weekly lectures, obligatory attendance, home study of case law, class dicussion on problematic aspects