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Commentary on Law 29/2015 on international legal cooperation in civil matters

Editorial: Bosch

ISBN: 978-84-9090-180-9

Pages: 812

Binding: Hardcover

Issue date: 2017

Edition: 1st ed.

Price: 103,74€

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Law 29/2015, of July 30, on international legal cooperation in civil matters, fills an important gap in Spanish law, after the mandate in this regard of LEC 1/2000. The work carries out a normative, rigorous, complete and practical analysis of all the matters included in the law. Under the direction of Ana Fernández-Tresguerres, notary public of Madrid, expert of the Ministry of Justice in International Law and Member of the Academic Council of Fide, the main specialists in the matter have met (magistrates, professors, senior officials, lawyers, notaries and registrars) who analyze the Law from all perspectives. 
Law 29/2015 is projected on commercial relations; family and personal; litigious or extrajudicial, presenting an international element. Its general, basic and subsidiary nature stands out, with respect to European and conventional law. The legislator outlines an expansive concept of international legal cooperation. Regulates the recognition or execution of judicial decisions. It completes its articles with the implementation of Regulations (EU) 1315/2012, Brussels I Recast and (EU) 650/2012, on international successions. 

AUTHORS BY ALPHABETICAL ORDER AND COMMENTED ARTICLES

-ALONSO LANDETAGabriel
Property Registrar.
Articles 58, 59, 60 and 61.

-ANDRES NEIGHBORHOOD, Moises
Doctor of Law and Lawyer from the Council of State.
Sole transitory provision. Sole repealing provision. Fifth and sixth final provisions.

-CALVO CARAVACAAlfonso-Luis
Professor of Private International Law, Carlos III University (Madrid). Permanent Member of the General Codification Commission. 
Preamble: section vIII (Part I). Articles 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 and 49.

-CHANNELS ARACIL, Antonio
Associate lawyer. Jones Day.
Preamble: section vII. Articles 37, 38, 39 and 40.

-CARRASCOSA GONZALEZ, Javier
Professor of Private International Law, University of Murcia.
Preamble: section VIII (Part I). Articles 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 and 49.

-CARRERA DOMENECH, Jorge
Magistrate. Counselor of Justice. Embassy of Spain in Washington (USA).
Article 19.

-From AROCENA RENTAL, Alfonso
Notary surplus. Property Registrar.
Articles 60 and 61 (from the main perspective of the European Certificate of Succession).

-DIAZ ABADNuria
State Attorney. Member of the CGPJ. President of the European network of Justice Councils.
Preamble: sections I, II and III.

-FERNANDEZ FERNANDEZ, Mercedes
Lawyer. Partner Jones Day.
Preamble: section VII. Articles 37, 38, 39 and 40.

-FERNANDEZ-TRESGUERRES GARCIAAna
Notary. Lawyer attached to the DGrN.
Preamble: section VIII (Part II). Articles 9.d), 50, 51, 56 and 57. First additional provision. Second final provision insofar as it incorporates the Twenty-sixth Final Provision of the LEC (Implementation of Regulation (EU) 650/2012: sections 1-9, 11-13, 15-17).

-FORCADA MIRANDA, Francisco Javier
Magistrate. Advisor to the DG International Legal Cooperation. Ministry of Justice.
Articles 4, 9.c) and 12.2. Second additional provision.

-GARAU NEPHEW, Federico F.
Professor of Private International Law. University of the Balearic Islands.
Second final provision insofar as it incorporates the Twenty-fifth Additional Provision of the LEC: (Implementation of Regulation (EU) 1215/2012)

-GARCIA PARRA, Eduardo 
Doctor of LawNotary. 
Article 28.

-GÓMEZ-RIESCO TABERNERO DE PAZ, José María
Notary.
Second final provision, insofar as it incorporates the Twenty-sixth Final Provision of the LEC (Implementation of Regulation (EU) 650/2012: section 10.

-GOMEZ-RIESCO TABERNERO DE PAZ, Juan
Notary.
Second final provision, insofar as it incorporates the Twenty-sixth Final Provision of the LEC (Implementation of Regulation (EU) 650/2012: section 14.

-GONZÁLEZ BEILFUSS, Cristina
Professor of Private International Law, University of Barcelona. Head of external and institutional relations. CGPJ.
Articles 1, 2 and 3.

-LOPEZ DE ARGUMEDO PIÑEIRO, Álvaro 
Lawyer. Uría Menendez.
Articles 52, 53, 54 and 55.

-MARTINEZ LLORENTE, Pablo
Lawyer. Uría Menéndez.
Articles 52, 53, 54 and 55.

-MONGE ROYO, Paula
State Civil Administrator. Deputy Director General for International Legal Cooperation. Ministry of Justice.
Articles 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.b), 10, 11, 12, 16 and 17. Third additional provision.

-PAZ-ARES RODRIGUEZ, Ignacio
Notary.
First final provision. Modification of the Mortgage Law.

-PUIG BLANES, Francis of Paula
Magistrate, member of the European judicial network.
Preamble: section IV. Articles 13, 14, 29, 30, 31 and 32.

-RODRIGUEZ BENOT, Andrés
Professor of Private International Law, Pablo de Olavide University. Seville.
Preamble: sections V and VI. Articles 33, 34, 35 and 36.

-RODRIGUEZ CANTERO, Marcos
Diplomatic. Deputy Director General of Consular Legal Affairs. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.
Articles 9.a) and 15. Fourth final provision.

-RODRIGUEZ PRIETO, Fernando
Notary. Mediator. Signum Foundation.
Third final provision.

-SÁNCHEZ MARTIN, Carlos
Magistrate. Technical Cabinet of the Supreme Court.
Articles 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27

-YBARRA BORES, Alfonso
Professor of Private International Law (AC), Pablo Olavide University. Seville.
Preamble: sections v and vI. Articles 33, 34, 35 and 36. 

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