Reconocimiento y ejecución de sentencias mexicanas de divorcio en Venezuela

Judges rule their decisions to enforce fo- reign divorce judgments and therefore to achieve pro- cedural justice. n otwithstanding of that, the enfor- cement could face different challenges, not only about its coercive enforcement � lacking of voluntarily compliance of the original decision � but al... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Pérez Pacheco, Yaritza
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas 2013
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Laburpena: Judges rule their decisions to enforce fo- reign divorce judgments and therefore to achieve pro- cedural justice. n otwithstanding of that, the enfor- cement could face different challenges, not only about its coercive enforcement � lacking of voluntarily compliance of the original decision � but also ju- risdictional/territorial limitations. t hese limitations are related with the existence of different locations among the place of the original subject matter, the place of its effects and, the place where the enforce- ment decision will be ruled. However, geographical boundaries should not affect vested rights. t herefore, it is crucial to grant mechanisms that will ensure the enforcement of foreign decisions. Based on two Venezuelan s upreme Court decisions, this document analyses issues related with the enforcement in Ve- nezuela of Mexican divorce judgments, considering both the i nter- a merican Convention on Extraterri- torial Validity of f oreign Judgments and a rbitral a wards and Venezuelan domestic rules