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Title: O nowym unormowaniu holenderskiego prawa prywatnego międzynarodowego.
Authors: Kozioł, Agata
Keywords: private international law in Netherlands; Book 10 of the Dutch Civil Code; general provisions of Dutch private international law; codification of Dutch conflict of law rules
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Problemy Prawa Prywatnego Międzynarodowego, T. 11 (2012), s. 141-153
Abstract: The codification of Dutch private international law was performed in a way that was not generally admitted. The legislative process took more than three decades of legislative efforts. During preparative works it was decided, that Dutch PIL would contain only conflict of law rules, while procedural matters, including jurisdiction and enforcement of foreign judgments, would be regulated in the Code of Civil Procedure. The step‑by‑step method, that had been chosen from the beginning of the law — making works, consisted of the preparation of separate bills that had been concentrated on the issues of limited scope, for example, separation and divorce or property law. Thus, conflict‑of‑law rules were diffused in a number of bills, not formally linked to each other. The process was ended by sketching the project of a bill that gathered rules of a general nature, that were developed by courts and legal doctrine. These rules were finally introduced to the act on Dutch private international law as its general part. General provisions of Dutch private international law are formulated in 17 articles. They contain, in particular, public policy clause, rules on personal status of natural persons, including legal position of aliens, on form of legal acts and on overriding mandatory rules of private international law.
ISSN: 1896-7604
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