Project

PSEFS, an acronym that stands for “Personalized Solution in European Family and Succession Law”, is a project co-funded by the European Union’s Justice Programme (2014-2020).

The main purpose of the project is to individuate the role of private autonomy with regard to the UE Regulations 2016/1103, of 24 June 2016, implementing enhanced cooperation in the area of jurisdiction, applicable law and the recognition and enforcement of decisions in matters of matrimonial property regimes, and 2016/1104, of 24 June 2016, implementing enhanced cooperation in the area of jurisdiction, applicable law and the recognition and enforcement of decisions in matters of the property consequences of registered partnerships, as well as to elaborate appropriate regulation solutions, having respect to the EU typologies of mixed marriages and transnational families.

The project is led by a partnership between the University of Camerino (Italy), the University of Rijeka (Croatia), the University of Ljubljana (Slovenia), the University of Almeria (Spain) and the Foundation “Scuola di Alta Formazione Giuridica” (Italy).

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Description

Scenario of the project: A study commissioned by the European Commission revealed that already in 2002 more than 5 million EU citizens were living in a Member State of which they had not the nationality, and some 2.5 million …

Activities

Identification of a new social reality with different forms of family life along with the existing prevalence of traditional patrimonial regimes. Comparison of national legislative models and solutions based on …