Great Britain report
Hart Publishing / Bloomsbury
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Under indefinite embargo due to publisher policy.
This chapter is an analysis of some of the issues that can be learned from the British case law on the EU private international law (PIL) instruments covered by the EUPILLAR project (Brussels I and IIa, Rome I and II, and Maintenance Regulations) and of the findings from the qualitative interviews conducted in relation to the operation of those instruments in the two legal systems comprising Great Britain. The study is not comprehensive on the UK due to not taking account of the operation of the EUPILLAR instruments in Northern Ireland.
This is the author accepted manuscript. The final version is available from Hart Publishing via the link in this record.
In: Cross-Border Litigation in Europe, edited by Paul Beaumont, Mihail Danov, Katarina Trimmings, Burcu Yüksel, pp. 79 - 124
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