De herschikking van Brussel I, kansen voor extraterritoriaal conservatoir (derden)beslag?

De herschikking van Brussel I, kansen voor extraterritoriaal conserva

De herschikking van Brussel I, kansen voor extraterritoriaal conservatoir (derden)beslag?

30.11.2011 NL law

Het voorstel van de Europese Commissie voor de herschikking van Brussel I behelst omvangrijke wijzigingen. Deze wijzigingen zijn ook relevant voor het beslagrecht. Nieuw is met name dat beslagverloven die zijn gelast zonder de verweerder te horen, in aanmerking kunnen komen voor erkenning en tenuitvoerlegging in andere lidstaten, als de voorzieningenrechter maar behoort tot de rechtbank die op grond van Brussel I bevoegd zou zijn in de bodemprocedure. Voor de tenuitvoerlegging daarvan is bovendien geen exequatur vereist.

Dit artikel is gepubliceerd in het tijdschrift Beslag, Executie & Rechtsvordering in de praktijk (BER)  2011, nr. 3, p. 18-24.

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