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La nouvelle conception du domicile dans le règlement des conflits de lois (Volume 34)

(56,259 words)

Author(s): Cassin, René
Cassin, René Keywords: Habitual residence | Private international law | Mots clefs: Domicile | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT The role of domicile in the resolution of conflicts of laws is undoubtedly one of the most fundamental and passionately discussed problems of private international law. It gives rise, in legislation, to very deeply divergent solutions depending on the period or the country. Rene Cassin begins with a presentation of the notion and the general role of the domicile. The author then exami…

Recent Developments of the Principle of Domicile in English Law (Volume 87)

(25,442 words)

Author(s): Bentwich, Norman
Bentwich, Norman Keywords: Great Britain | Habitual residence | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Domicile | ABSTRACT In this course, Norman Bentwitch examines the changes that have occurred over the past twenty years in the concept of domicile and the rules related to the domicile as the basis of personal status. After a presentation of the English concept of domicile, the author studies the doctrine of renvoi and the proposals for the reform of the English rules of domicile. He then focuses on marriage, dissoluti…

La doctrine du domicile en droit international privé (Volume 23)

(52,341 words)

Author(s): de Magalhaes, Barbosa
de Magalhaes, Barbosa Keywords: Habitual residence | Private international law | Mots clefs: Domicile | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT The purpose of the study of Barbosa de Malaghaes is to examine the concept of domicile, in all its aspects, in private international law, as can be studied in domestic law: to see what the domicile consists of , what its classes are; and to study its change, its loss and recovery, and its evidence. The author then discusses the specific problems of private international law, s…

Conséquences de la difference de nationalité ou de domicile des époux sur les effets et la dissolution du mariage (Volume 105)

(33,435 words)

Author(s): Valladão, Haroldo
Valladão, Haroldo Keywords: Marriage | Nationality | Family law | Private international law | Divorce and judicial separation | Habitual residence | Mots clefs: Nationalité | ABSTRACT Haroldo Valladao’s object is to determine, in countries that follow the classic principles of national law or the law of the domicile to regulate the effects and the dissolution of marriage, the choice of law applied, when the spouses do not have the same nationality or domicile, and the choice of respective national or domiciliary laws in c…

Le droit de la nationalité et le droit des organisations d’intégration régionales Vers de nouveaux statuts de résidents ? (Volume 367)

(67,907 words)

Author(s): Nascimbene, Bruno
Nascimbene, Bruno Keywords: Nationality | Citizenship | Habitual residence | Private international law | Regional organizations | Regionalism | European Union | Council of Europe | Andean Community | Southern Common MarkUnion of South American Nations | Economic Community of West African States | Southern African Development Community | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT After a historical and evolutionary approach to the notion of nationality, the author looks at nationality and residence within the framework of the European Union, the most integrated organiz…

Le développement récent du principe du domicile en droit anglais (Volume 49)

(31,310 words)

Author(s): Bentwich, Norman
Bentwich, Norman Keywords: Great Britain | Habitual residence | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Domicile | ABSTRACT The course of Norman Bentwich is a review of private international law as applied by the British courts since the Great War. After a presentation of the nature of the domicile, the author focuses on domicile in its relationship with marriage. He focuses on the issues of annulment of marriage, divorce, legal annulment and separation, and then the issues of succession, legitimation and guardianship, a…