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A unified and harmonised European law and its impact on third countries

Author Behr Volker
DOI 10.5922/2079-8555-2011-3-2
Pages 11-20
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Keywords unification, harmonisation, European Private International Law, European law of International Civil Procedure, European Civil Code
Abstract (summary) Having transferred the title on visas, asylum, immigration and other policies related to free movement of persons from the third pillar into the Treaty on European Community, the Amsterdam Treaty vested legislative power in the European Community in the fields of international civil procedure and private international law. On the basis of this power, the European Community enacted a series of Regulations, which will soon unify both areas of law. Such unification will not only facilitate legal relations within the European Union but also enhance legal relations with third countries.
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