Family and Succession Law in Greece. Second Edition
Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this concise exposition and analysis of the essential elements of law with regard to family relations, marital property, and succession to estates in Greece covers the legal rules and customs pertaining to the intertwined civic status of persons, the family, and property.
After an informative general introduction, the book proceeds to an in-depth discussion of the sources and instruments of family and succession law, the authorities that adjudicate and administer the laws, and issues surrounding the person as a legal entity and the legal disposition of property among family members. Such matters as nationality, domicile, and residence; marriage, divorce, and cohabitation; adoption and guardianship; succession and inter vivos arrangements; and the acquisition and administration of estates are all treated to a degree of depth that will prove useful in nearly any situation likely to arise in legal practice.
The book is primarily designed to assist lawyers who find themselves having to apply rules of international private law or otherwise handling cases connected with Greece. It will also be of great value to students and practitioners as a quick guide and easy-to-use practical resource in the field, and especially to academicians and researchers engaged in comparative studies by providing the necessary, basic material of family and succession law.
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Contribution and Assistance.
List of Abbreviations.
Chapter 1. General Background of the Country (Demographic Data).
Chapter 2. Historical Background.
Chapter 3. Sources of Family and Succession Law.
Chapter 4. Competent Courts and Procedural Matters on Family and Succession law.
Part I. Persons
Chapter 1. Status of a Person.
Chapter 2. Registration of Civil Status.
Chapter 3. Personality Rights.
Chapter 4. Names.
Chapter 5. Nationality.
Chapter 6. Domicile and Residence.
Chapter 7. Mentally Handicapped Persons.
Part II. Family Law
Chapter 1. Marriage.
Chapter 2. Divorce.
Chapter 3. Cohabitation Outside Marriage.
Chapter 4. Filiation.
Chapter 5. Adoption.
Chapter 6. Relation between Parent and Child.
Chapter 7. Guardianship, Curatorship, Judicial Assistance, Judicial Assistance of Absent Persons.
Chapter 8. Financial Support among Relatives.
Part III. Matrimonial Property Law
Chapter 1. The Statutory Matrimonial Property Regime.
Chapter 2. The Contractual Matrimonial Property Regime.
Part IV. Succession Law
Chapter 1. Devolution of Succession in General.
Chapter 2. Intestate Succession.
Chapter 3. Testamentary Succession.
Chapter 4. The Legal Position of the Heir.
Chapter 5. Legacies and Donations.