Family law as an independent branch of law is the system of legal norms regulating family, that is personal and derived from those property relations that arise between people because of the conclusion of marriage (the marriage), consanguinity, adoption and adoption of children in a family on education.
In the area of family law, Institute of private international law play a significant role Hague Convention on the settlement of conflicts of laws in the field of marriage (1902); on the settlement of conflicts of laws and jurisdiction regarding divorces and legal separations (1902); on conflicts of laws regarding personal and property relations of spouses (1905); the Convention on the marriage and declared void (1978); Convention on the law applicable to the regime of property of spouses (1978); Convention on the recognition of divorces and legal separations (1970) and others.
The substantive family law of the various States have a wide variety that creates, in practice, the collision occurs at the solution of various issues of marriage and family relations. Continue reading
Brachiolaria relationships are complex relationship of personal property and non-property character, based on kinship ties and regulated by the rules of civil (in the broad sense of the word) right. In many countries there is no family law as an independent branch of law, and family law relations are regulated by civil law (Germany, Switzerland, France). In most modern States separated from family law civil, codified and is an independent branch of law (Russian Federation, Algeria, Eastern Europe and Latin America). Continue reading