The evolving nature of the European cooperation in judicial matters marked a new step with the entry into force of Regulation No. 1215 of 2012. The instrument, replacing Regulation No. 44 of 2001, furthers the integration between the Member States' systems, by abolishing exequatur proceedings for the recognition and enforcement of judgments. However, limits to free movement of decisions are still contemplated. The paper deals with such limits, in order to understand whether the new context in which they operate changed somehow their meaning and scope. Finally, some considerations are developed with regard to the possibility of a further restriction (or of the complete abolition) of limits to the intra-EU movement of decisions.

Refusal of recognition and enforcement of decisions under the Brussels 1 recast regulation: where the free circulation meets its limits / L. Fumagalli (STUDI E PUBBLICAZIONI DELLA RIVISTA DI DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE PRIVATO E PROCESSUALE). - In: Cross-border litigation in Europe : the Brussels I recast regulation as a panacea? / [a cura di] F. Ferrari. F. Ragno. - Padova : CEDAM, 2015. - ISBN 978-88-13-35831-0. - pp. 195-223 (( convegno International Litigation in Europe: the Brussels Recast as a panacea? tenutosi a Verona nel 2014.

Refusal of recognition and enforcement of decisions under the Brussels 1 recast regulation: where the free circulation meets its limits

L. Fumagalli
Primo
2015

Abstract

The evolving nature of the European cooperation in judicial matters marked a new step with the entry into force of Regulation No. 1215 of 2012. The instrument, replacing Regulation No. 44 of 2001, furthers the integration between the Member States' systems, by abolishing exequatur proceedings for the recognition and enforcement of judgments. However, limits to free movement of decisions are still contemplated. The paper deals with such limits, in order to understand whether the new context in which they operate changed somehow their meaning and scope. Finally, some considerations are developed with regard to the possibility of a further restriction (or of the complete abolition) of limits to the intra-EU movement of decisions.
European Union; judicial cooperation in civil matters; foreign judgments; limits; ordre public
Settore IUS/13 - Diritto Internazionale
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