Desenvolvimento e Crítica do Princípio da Eficácia no Direito Privado Internacional da UE

Dimitris Liakopoulos

Resumo


O presente trabalho discute algumas ideias e faz reflexões importantes sobre o princípio da eficácia no direito da UE, de acordo com o Tribunal Europeu dos Direitos Humanos. Também dá luz às dificuldades e à eficácia do impacto no direito internacional privado. São também analisados, por meio da Carta dos Direitos Fundamentais da União Europeia e do artigo 47 como instrumento de acesso à justiça, a proteção judicial e a eficácia de todo o sistema da União Européia.

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Princípio da Eficácia; Aplicação Privada; Direito Internacional Privado; Direito da União Europeia; CJEU

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5007/2177-7055.2019v41n82p10

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