The Law On The Recognition Of The Nordic Passion Solutions

Original Language Title: Laki pohjoismaisten isyysratkaisujen tunnustamisesta

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In accordance with the decision of the Parliament, provides for: 1 final section, accompanied by the judgment, which was adopted in Iceland, Norway, Sweden or Denmark, is in force in Finland, unless otherwise provided in section 2. Court settlement is valid, what the final verdict is in the law.
Strengthening the recognition of paternity, or otherwise in such a way that we have not been given the decision of the Court of Justice, is also valid in Finland, if paternity is established by Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark, with the involvement of the authority.

section 2 of this Act, the Court or referred to in article 1 is to be in force in Finland: 1) if the Court or is inconsistent with the judgment in Finland and, most recently, the judgment has been given in the proceedings, which had been initiated in the past as a trial, in which the latter was, or earlier than that of the reinforcement took place;
2) if or reinforcement to strengthen in force in Finland is incompatible with and the latter is made earlier than the judgment resulted in the trial had already been initiated, or earlier than the first fixing took place; or 3) if the same thing in judicial proceedings have already been initiated in the past as it was given to the Court in which, or to the strengthening of the latter before the trial took place and can result in a judgment which is in force in Finland; or the recognition of the judgment or the fixing of 4) if it is obviously contrary to the public policy of Finland.

section 3 If the Finnish Court lifted the obviousness of the action and the trial is already under way in the same case, Iceland, Norway, Sweden or Denmark to court, an action inadmissible or to wait for the earlier proceedings on the judgment, the judgment which has become final.
If the judge has received the documents relating to the recognition of paternity or paternity Act (700/75) for the purposes of approval referred to in article 20, and the trial is already under way in the same case, Iceland, Norway, Sweden or Denmark, the recognition of the proceedings before the Court, a judge shall be submitted.

IsyysL 700/1975 repealed by IsyysL:lla 11/2015, which is valid for the 1.1.2016.

section 4 of this law shall enter into force on 1 July 1980.
The provisions of this Act shall apply also to the judgment, which was adopted, as well as strengthening that has taken place before the entry into force of this law.

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