Algumas considerações sobre a responsabilidade civil extracontratual por violação de direitos de personalidade em Direito Internacional Privado

The non-contractual obligations arising out of �violation of privacy and rights relating to personality, including defamation� where excluded from the scope of the Regulation Rome II, according to article 1.º, n.º 2, g). This provision raises difficulties concerning the interpretation of the concept... Deskribapen osoa

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Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Carlos III: Área de Derecho Internacional Privado. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. 2013
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Laburpena: The non-contractual obligations arising out of �violation of privacy and rights relating to personality, including defamation� where excluded from the scope of the Regulation Rome II, according to article 1.º, n.º 2, g). This provision raises difficulties concerning the interpretation of the concept of �rights relating to personality� and, therefore, the real scope of this exclusion. The diversity of conflict-of-law rules, maxime the multitude of legal acts from different sources, whose scopes are not always clear, renders the process of determining the applicable law more complex, contrary to the desired predictability of the outcome of litigation. In this article we propose to assess if the solutions laid down in Regulation Rome II should beconsidered suitable to regulate the situations related to non-contractual obligations arising out of personality rights violation. In order to do it, we will analyze the existing regime, but we will also suggest, de iure condendo, proposals that may contribute to the debate of such a relevant subject.