The CJEU on the Relationship between Brussels IIa Regulation and the 1996 Hague Child Protection Convention

Yesterday (14 July 2022), the Court of justice delivered the judgment on the case No C-572/21, CC v. VO. In this occasion, the Court stated that, when a child is lawfully transferred – during the proceedings before the Court of his/her habitual residence, seized according to Art 8(1) Brussels IIa – from one Member State to the territory of a third State, that is a party to the 1996 Hague Child Protection Convention, the Court of the Member State of the former habitual residence does not retain jurisdiction to rule on the dispute.

Legal scholarship on parental responsibility is endless; on this matter, the readers of RDIPP may refer to:

Magrone, 2021, No 4, 932 ff.;
Carpaneto, 2018, No 4, 944 ff.;
Baruffi, 2016, No 4, 975 ff.;
Honorati, 2015, No 2, 275 ff.;
Honorati, 2013, No 1, 5 ff.;
Lopes Pegna, 2013, No 2, 357 ff.;
Tonolo, 2011, No 1, 81 ff.;
Magrone, 2005, No 2, 339 ff.;
Espinosa Calabuig, 2003, No 4, 735 ff.

Moreover, on this broad topic, see, in our Book Series:

Baruffi, Book No 62;
Malatesta, Bariatti, Pocar (eds.), Book No 71.