On 21 June 2016, the judicial trainings on the Regulation Brussels II bis were organized by the Law Institute of Lithuania in Vilnius. The event, entitled “Dealing with child abduction cases under the Brussels II bis regulation” was mean to
Generally the courts of the child’s former habitual residence retain jurisdiction although the child is no longer physically present in this jurisdiction, if the child is wrongfully removed or retained, particularly after visiting a person having a right of access.
An important innovation introduced by this Regulation is the abolition of exequatur, or the filing of a request in a domestic court to declare a foreign judgment enforceable. As a result, the rights of access granted in a judgment are
The Regulation creates a system of co-operation between Central Authorities of the member states. These authorities are obliged to facilitate communications between the courts of the relevant countries and must facilitate agreements between parents through mediation or other means. Each