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L'intérêt supérieur de l'enfant dans le concert des juridictions : le Règlement Bruxelles II bis

Abstract : Abrogating Regulation (EC) n° 1347/2000, in order to enrich it with a second and ambitious set of provisions concerning parental responsibility, Regulation (EC) n° 2201/2003, known as « Brussels II bis », preserves intact the fora relating to marital dis-union. However, the first change wrought is the way in which it domesticates the courts of Member States, by enrolling them in support of the primacy of the courts of the state of the child's habitual residence. Next, it accentuates the federalisation of the European judicial area by introducing new means of cooperation and coordination between courts so as to ensure the enhanced effectiveness of judgements, particularly by opening the internal frontiers in respect of visiting rights and decisions following the unlawful displacement of children.
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Bertrand Ancel, Horatia Muir Watt. L'intérêt supérieur de l'enfant dans le concert des juridictions : le Règlement Bruxelles II bis. Revue Critique de Droit International Privé, Dalloz, 2005, pp.569 - 581. ⟨hal-03399092⟩

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