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Od Bruselské úmluvy k Nařízení Brusel Ibis aneb Desetiletí snah o zajištění jednotného přístupu k soudům členských států Evropské unie

Title in English From Brussels Convention to Regulation Brussels Ibis - 10 Years of of Efforts to Ensure a Uniform Approach to the Courts of the Member States of the European Union


Year of publication 2014
Type Chapter of a book
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

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Description Brussels Convention, Brussels I Regulation, Brussels Ibis Regulation – three norms that established, within the European Union, system of uniform access to the courts and uniform treatment of judicial decisions of the Member States of the European Union. Three norms, that concur to each other and which share case law developed by the Court of Justice of the EU for Brussels Convention and Brussels I Regulation. The characteristic feature of the European Union law is, on the one hand, its application by national courts (there is no uniform system of European Union courts), and on the other hand, binding interpretation given by the Court of Justice of the EU. Examining the text of above mentioned norms in the light of the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU, examining the development of the of views on some legal issues and subsequent legislative changes in the relevant norms, belongs to the most interesting legal questions and issues within the area of international private and procedural law. Such an analysis is of a great importance for both legal theory and practical judicial application.
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