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Deciphering the concept of habitual residence between Türkiye and Germany involves nuanced evaluations shaped by jurisdictional and cultural differences, with Turkish courts emphasizing pre-abduction social environments and German courts relying on a minimum six-month stay rule, highlighting unique approaches in cases of international child abduction.
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Resolution of international family law disputes, especially of those multi jurisdictional, holds paramount importance, when concerned parties seek relief in numerous jurisdictions.
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Concerning these unprecedented circumstances created by ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Guidelines provide feasible suggestions and principles both for parties and arbitrators to help and advise them regarding resolution of disputes that might have emerged from current COVID-19 crisis and aims to cope with uncertainty and create legal predictability once again.
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By using technological services with regards to arbitration procedures, one may claim that reaching a fair result in alignment with expectation of the parties would be ensured without any substantial delay or compromise.
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The Singapore Convention on Mediation (‘‘Convention’’) aims to promote mediation as an alternative, expedited, cheap and effective dispute resolution method in the settlement of disputes arising within scope of commercial activities operated at global scale.
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As it stands, matters of jurisdiction in international family law matters are of paramount importance, while seeking ultimate resolution to these legal issues. Having said that, in order to be able to file a divorce lawsuit before a Turkish Court, the Court shall have the jurisdiction to handle the case which is judged based on the Turkish Law.
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Convention of 25 October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (“Convention”) is a multilateral treaty seeking to protect children from the harmful effects of abduction and retention across international boundaries by providing a procedure to bring about their prompt return and to ensure that rights of custody and of access under the law of one contracting state are effectively respected in the other contracting states.
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