European regulation of international private relations: The emergence of a European private international law

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Author list: Mimoso M J, Anjos M R
Publication year: 2019
Start page: 241
End page: 247
Number of pages: 7
ISBN: 1849-7535
Languages: English-Great Britain (EN-GB)


Abstract

There is no doubt that we are experiencing increasing integration on the part of the European Union, which has triggered a growing substitution of Member States' legislation. Of all the sectors of law, private international law (PIL) is the one where the most influence of the EU is felt. Thus, our aim is to address a specific issue: the implications of the Amsterdam and Lisbon Treaties on private international law from the internal source. The communitarisation process increased sharply from these two milestones, as we shall see, have announced the death of the classic PIL. We will discuss the implications of the new powers of the European Union bodies in the PIL and the contribution of the Court of Justice of the European Union on the relevance of Community freedoms under the PIL. Therefore, a review of the literature and an analysis of some of the legal texts that matter to the PIL will be carried out. We want to highlight the changes that have taken place not only in terms of the competence of the European institutions in PIL but also in the strengthening of community freedoms. The deductive method will be used in the process of analyzing the transformations that have taken place in the field of PIL in order to conclude the true Europeanization of the PIL.


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