Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Les régimes matrimoniaux en droit international privé comparé (Volume 143)

(50,814 words)

Author(s): A. L. Droz, Georges
A. L. Droz, Georges Keywords: Marriage | Private international law | Comparative law | Mots clefs: Mariage | Droit international privé | Droit comparé | ABSTRACT Georges Droz says that Matrimonial regimes have always been one of the mainstays of private international law, because if the issue is not as inevitable as the issue of succession, since some eliminate it by not marrying, in the practice of international private relations the balance is restored since if one dies, one can marry several times. After a comparative…

Les conflits de lois en matière de mariage et de divorce (Volume 011)

(30,374 words)

Author(s): Audinet, Eugène
Audinet, Eugène Keywords: Divorce and judicial separation | Private international law | Marriage | Mots clefs: Divorce | Droit international privé | Mariage | ABSTRACT The laws regulating the formation, effects, and the dissolution of conjugal unions in various States differ even on essential aspects, which often put them in opposition to each other: the conflicts raised by them are among the most frequent and the most important proposed conflicts resolved by private international law. The author successively examines t…

The English Private International Law of Husband and Wife (Volume 108)

(25,400 words)

Author(s): C. Cheshire D.C.L. F.B.A, G.
C. Cheshire D.C.L. F.B.A, G. Keywords: Great Britain | Marriage | Private international law | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Mariage | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT G. C. Cheshire begins his course on English Private International Law of Marriage with a presentation of the concept of marriage and the relationship between husband and wife. He then studies the formal requirements for marriage and the formalities of the celebration. Finally, the author focuses on divorce and legal separation, and then on the annulment of the marriage. G.C. Cheshire commence son cours sur le d…