Law (2008:450) With Additional Provisions Applicable To The Brussels Ii Regulation

Original Language Title: Lag (2008:450) med kompletterande bestämmelser till Bryssel II-förordningen

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Read the untranslated law here: http://rkrattsbaser.gov.se/sfst?bet=2008:450

section 1 of this Act supplements Council Regulation (EC) No 2201/2003

of 27 november 2003 concerning jurisdiction and the

recognition and enforcement of judgments in matrimonial matters and in matters

of parental responsibility, repealing Regulation (EC) no

1347/2000 (Brussels II).



section 2 of the application for recognition under article 21(3) or if

Declaration of enforceability under article 29 (1) is made to the

District Court that the Government provides.



An application under article 33 amending a decision

reason of an application referred to in the first subparagraph is made to

the District Court which has issued the decision. An application for

the amendment referred to in article 33(4) shall have been received by the

the District Court within four weeks from the date of the decision

It was announced. Law (2014:931).



§ 3 when dealing in Court of a case for recognition

or enforceability of the remainder applied Act (1996:242) if

Court cases, subject to

the regulation. Law (2014:931).



section 4 If an application for a declaration of enforceability is upheld, or

If such a declaration is not required, the foreign

the decision shall be enforced



1. According to chapter 21. parental code if it relates to a child's personal

and



2. in accordance with the enforcement code if it relates to a child's property, or

legal costs.



After the Declaration of enforceability, enforcement only

When the grace period to apply for a modification as referred to in article

33(5) has expired or when a decision has been issued with

the occasion of that amendment has been applied for.



For enforcement to what is prescribed if

enforcement of the Swedish court ruling in similar cases.



§ 5 If a certificate has been issued pursuant to Brussels II

the regulation has been an inaccurate content because of a

material error, the certificate to be corrected by the Court

or authority issuing the certificate.



A decision in the case of rectification cannot be appealed.



paragraph 6 of The terms of authorisation of a placement of a child in

Sweden referred to in article 56 are being assessed by a Board which fulfils the

tasks in social services in the municipality where the child referred to

be placed. While consultation within the meaning of that article is made with the

Board.



In Chapter 6. 11 a of the Social Service Act (2001:453) entered

conditions for accepting a position.

Law (2012:323).



section 7 on the application of the Brussels II regulation means that a

the case shall be examined by a Committee which fulfills a municipality's information

in social services in Sweden and there is no other

competent board, is taken up by a Committee of Stockholm municipality

performing such tasks.



section 8, in urgent cases, when the child or property belonging to the

the child is here in the country, a court may decide on a

temporary measure on child custody, property, visitation or

guardianship (article 20).



At the court handling the law (1996:242) if

Court cases. In the decision of the Court of Justice shall state how long

the action applies to.



The child may be heard before the Court, for special reasons for

and it is obvious that the child cannot be damaged by that

be heard. In a case involving child custody, property or rights of access,

Court, obtaining information from the social welfare board in question.

Before the social welfare Board provide information to it, if it is

appropriate, hear the parents and the child. Law (2012:323).



Transitional provisions



2014:931



1. this law shall enter into force on 10 January 2015.



2. Older rules applicable to the processing in the Svea Court of appeal

and the Supreme Court cases that have commenced in the Court of appeal

before the entry into force.