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Matrimonial property regimes throughout the world

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  • Oliva Izquierdo, Alexia.
  • Oliva Rodríguez, Antonio Manuel.
  • Oliva Izquierdo, Antonio Manuel.
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    Matrimonial Propery Regimes throughout the World comprises an up to date, detailed and complete versión of each matrimonial regime thats exists worldwide. These are analysed on a country-by-country basis and, whenever relevant, with reference to the specific matrimoial property regimes of the correspondig autoomous regions, provinces or federates states, if they feature any particular son the matter wittin their political and administrative structures.

    There are therefore many specifics covered since the descriptions feature not only the first statutory regime of each of the 194 independent countries in the world, but also the other systems existing therein, such as optional or second statutory supplementary regimes.

    The book also covers other relevant matters, including details about the political and constitutional regime of each country, characteristics of assets, liabilities and powers of management of property which is subject to a matrimonial regime, changes to the regime, grounds for its dissolution and method of its liquidation. Lastly, each country’s review concludes with a list of bibliographical resources to which the reader may refer for an indepth review of the matter.

    Matrimonial Property Regimes throughout the World has a clear commitment to universality, not only because of its rigorous and detailed analysis of the matrimonial regimes of the countries under review, but also because it presents the most updated and complete analysis of the matter, of indisputable practical value: in a world with an increasing movement of persons and capital, the detailed information about matrimonial regimes provided in this work becomes an essential tool in the field of Private International Law.


    Índice

    Introduction

    1. Afghanistan

    2. Albania

    3. Algeria

    4. Andorra

    5. Angola

    6. Antigua and Barbuda

    7. Argentina

    8. Armenia

    9. Australia

    10. Austria

    11. Azerbaijan

    12. Bahrain

    13. Bangladesh

    14. Barbados

    15. Belarus

    16. Belgium

    17. Belize

    18. Benin

    19. Bhutan

    20. Bolivia

    21. Bosnia and Herzegovina

    22. Botswana

    23. Brazil

    24. Brunei

    25. Bulgaria

    26. Burkina Faso

    27. Burundi

    28. Cambodia

    29. Cameroon

    30. Canada

    31. Cape Verde

    32. Central African Republic

    33. Chad

    34. Chile

    35. China

    36. Colombia

    37. Comoros

    38. Congo

    39. Costa Rica

    40. Croatia

    41. Cuba

    42. Cyprus

    43. Czech Republic

    44. Democratic Republic of Congo

    45. Denmark

    46. Djibouti

    47. Dominica

    48. Dominican Republic

    49. East Timor

    50. Ecuador

    51. Egypt

    52. El Salvador

    53. Equatorial Guinea

    54. Eritrea

    55. Estonia

    56. Ethiopia

    57. Fiji

    58. Finland

    59. France

    60. Gabon

    61. Georgia

    62. Germany

    63. Ghana

    64. Greece

    65. Grenada

    66. Guatemala

    67. Guinea

    68. Guinea-Bissau

    69. Guyana

    70. Haiti

    71. Honduras

    72. Hungary

    73. Iceland

    74. India

    75. Indonesia

    76. Iran

    77. Iraq

    78. Ireland

    79. Israel

    80. Italy

    81. Ivory Coast

    82. Jamaica

    83. Japan

    84. Jordan

    85. Kazakhstan

    86. Kenya

    87. Kiribati

    88. Kuwait

    89. Kyrgyzstan

    90. Laos

    91. Latvia

    92. Lebanon

    93. Lesotho

    94. Liberia

    95. Libya

    96. Liechstenstein

    97. Lithuania

    98. Luxemburg

    99. Macedonia

    100. Madagascar

    101. Malawi

    102. Malaysia

    103. Maldives

    104. Mali

    105. Malta

    106. Marshall Islands

    107. Mauritania

    108. Mauritius

    109. Mexico

    110. Micronesia

    111. Moldova

    112. Monaco

    113. Mongolia

    114. Montenegro

    115. Morocco

    116. Mozambique

    117. Myanmar/Burma

    118. Namibia

    119. Nauru

    120. Nepal

    121. Netherlands

    122. New Zealand

    123. Nicaragua

    124. Niger

    125. Nigeria

    126. North Korea

    127. Norway

    128. Oman

    129. Pakistan

    130. Palau

    131. Panama

    132. Papua new Guinea

    133. Paraguay

    134. Peru

    135. Philippines

    136. Poland

    137. Portugal

    138. Qatar

    139. Romania

    140. Russia

    141. Rwanda

    142. Samoa

    143. San Marino

    144. Sao Tome and Principe

    145. Saudi Arabia

    146. Senegal

    147. Serbia

    148. Seychelles

    149. Sierra Leone

    150. Singapore

    151. Slovakia

    152. Slovenia

    153. Solomo Islands

    154. Somalia

    155. South Africa

    156. South Korea

    157. South Sudan

    158. Spain

    159. Sri Lanka

    160. St Christopher and Nevis

    161. St Lucia

    162. St Vincent and the Grenadines

    163. Sudan

    164. Suriname

    165. Swaziland

    166. Sweden

    167. Switzerland

    168. Syria

    169. Tajikistan

    170. Tanzania

    171. Thailand

    172. The Bahamas

    173. The Gambia

    174. Togo

    175. Tonga

    176. Trinidad and Tobago

    177. Tunisia

    178. Turkey

    179. Turkmenistan

    180. Tuvalu

    181. Uganda

    182. Ukraine

    183. United Arab Emirates

    184. United Kingdom

    185. Uruguay

    186. USA

    187. Uzbekistan

    188. Vanuatu

    189. Vatican City

    190. Venezuela

    191. Vietnam

    192. Yemen

    193. Zambia

    104. Zimbabwe

    Conclusion: how is the concept of the matrimonial property regime evolving

    General bibliography

    Annex I: list of matrimonial property regimes by country

    Annex II: list of matrimonial property regimes by region



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