ELTE Law Journal

Prelude to the GoInEUPlus Papers: The Hungarian Perspective on the EU Succession Regulation – Prognoses and the Very First Experiences

  Ádám Fuglinszky – Orsolya Szeibert – Balázs Tőkey*   Prelude to the GoInEUPlus Papers: The Hungarian Perspective on the EU Succession Regulation – Prognoses and the Very First Experiences   I Two International Research and Training Projects on the EU Succession Regulation This issue of the ELTE Law Journal contains four additional papers on […]

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Behind the European Succession Regulation: Differences in the Substantive Law of Succession of Member States

  Lajos Vékás *   Behind the European Succession Regulation: Differences in the Substantive Law of Succession of Member States**   I Introduction: Regulation of the European Union in the Field of International Private Law   The Treaty of Amsterdam,[1] which entered into force on 1 May 1999, amended the statutes of the European Union […]

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Questions on the Cultural Cohesion (Embeddedness) of Succession Law – the Hungarian Example

  Balázs Tőkey*   Questions on the Cultural Cohesion (Embeddedness) of Succession Law – the Hungarian Example**   According to the traditional theory, succession law is strongly influenced by cultural factors. However, this widely held view is challenged today. Our aim is to give an explanation of how culture and political factors influence succession law […]

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The European Succession Regulation from the Perspective of the First Three Years of Its Application

  Tibor Szőcs*   The European Succession Regulation from the Perspective of the First Three Years of Its Application**   I A Selection of Practical Problems For the fourth year now, the European Succession Regulation[1] (hereafter the ESR) has been applied, which has provided novel solutions from several points of view in inheritance cases containing […]

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Child Marriage in Hungary with Regard to the European Context and the Requirements of the CRC

  Orsolya Szeibert*   Child Marriage in Hungary with Regard to the European Context and the Requirements of the CRC**   I Introduction The aim of the paper is to provide an overview of the regulation of child marriage in Hungary, also with regard to its legal historical context. In Hungary, the marriage of underage […]

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Migration Related Issues Regarding Brexit: From Free Movement to Asylum and Illegal Migration

  Ágnes Töttős*   Migration Related Issues Regarding Brexit: From Free Movement to Asylum and Illegal Migration   The campaign preceding the referendum on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union focused, among other issues, on the UK taking back control over immigration. Nevertheless, the incorrect use of terminology regarding immigration, instead […]

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Brexit and Security: What about Data Protection and Strategic Intelligence Information Sharing after the UK’s Departure?

  Chiara Graziani*   Brexit and Security: What about Data Protection and Strategic Intelligence Information Sharing after the UK’s Departure?   I Introduction   As the EU Commissioner for Security Union, Julian King, remarked in June 2018,[1] maintaining the closest – and as efficient as possible – police and security cooperation after Brexit is undoubtedly […]

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The Freedom to Discuss Public Affairs and the Protection of Personality Rights in the Hungarian Legal System

  András Koltay*   The Freedom to Discuss Public Affairs and the Protection of Personality Rights in the Hungarian Legal System   I Introduction For many years, the limitation of the protection of the personality rights of public figures in Hungary was not based on statutory provisions. The point of departure for distinguishing between the […]

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Corporate Governance in Venture Capital Contracts A German–Hungarian Comparative Law Study

  Attila Pintér*   Corporate Governance in Venture Capital Contracts A German–Hungarian Comparative Law Study   I Introduction, Methodology 1 Introduction ‘At the moment, Europe has huge reservoirs of scientific talent, but a very poor record at creating start-ups. The question many investors ask is: where is the European Google?’[1] The basis of a successful […]

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ELTE Law Journal 2019/1

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