Introduction to Polish Private International Law 4th Classes. Dr. Mateusz Pilich Chair of Int’l Private and Trade Law, University of Warsaw. Multi-jurisdictional (Composed) Legal Systems. Case Studies. Case study No. 1
Introductionto Polish Private International Law4th Classes
Dr. Mateusz PilichChair of Int’l Private and Trade Law,University of Warsaw
A Spanish national, who was born and was living for years in Barcelona, dies intestate as an owner of a house nearby Warsaw. Which law governs the inheritance?
A Lebanese married couple with the domicile in Poland wants to divorce by mutual consent. The husband is Muslim, the wife belongs to the Chaldean Christian Church (one of the Catholic Eastern Churches). Should the court divorce the spouses?
An American national resident in the state of New York, who owned immovables in Warsaw, dies intestate. Pretended heirs are: his last wife and two daughters born from the first marriage. The ex-wife claims that the latter marriage was null and void, the divorce was illegal, and she should inherit property of the deceased. Which law governs the question?