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The Commission on European Family Law has been in operation for 12 years now. In August 2013, it held its 5th conference in the beautiful university city of Bonn, Germany. Entitled Family Law and Culture in Europe - Developments, Challenges and Opportunities the conference celebrated the launch of the Commission’s newest publication on the Principles of European Family Law regarding Property Relations between Spouses. This mammoth task has now been as fully developed as it can be at this time, so the Commission announced it is now turning to focus on the law relating to unmarried couples.
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Lawyers and academics from 33 countries attended the conference, with a good showing from the Nordic countries, from eastern European countries, and from jurisdictions as far away as Japan and China. Highlights of the presentations and panel discussions included:
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