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Meeting of the Scientific Council of the UIHJ on 10 July 2014 in Luxembourg

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The Scientific Council of the UIHJ met on 10 July 2014 in Luxemburg at the Seat of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg

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The UIHJ was represented by Leo Netten, President, Jacques Isnard, Honoray President, Marc Schmitz, Member of the Board, Françoise Andrieux, Secretary General, and Mathieu Chardon and Jos Uitdehaag, First Secretaries.

The members of the Scientific Council in attendance were Robert Emerson (USA), Frédérique Ferrand (France), Natalie Fricero (France), Burkhard Hess (Germany), Ton Jongbloed (the Netherlands), Aida Kemelmajer de Carlucci (Argentina), Ioan Les (Romania), Jacqueline Lohoues-Oble (Ivory Coast), Pimonrat Vattanahathai (Thailand), and Vladimir Yarkov (Russian Federation).

Leo Netten thanked all the members of the Scientific Council for their participation and in particular Burkhard Hess, Director of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg (MPIL), for hosting the meeting.

Burkhard Hess presented the MPIL. A visit was organised, in particular its impressive Law Library.

Leo Netten recalled that, during a recent seminar in Constanta (Romania), Natalie Fricero was made Doctor Honoris Causa of the University. The President of the UIHJ gave a report to the members of the Scientific Council on recent actions undertook by the UIHJ in scientific matters.

Vladimir Yarkov mentioned his project of a book of comparative studies of judicial systems in the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Belarus and Ukraine.

Jos Uitdehaag presented the work in progress of the 22nd International Congress of Judicial Officers to be held in Madrid in June 2015.

Françoise Andrieux mentioned the work on the Global Code of Enforcement which will be officially presented during this congress. Beforehand, she said, the Global Code of Enforcement will have been unveiled to the major international institutions and organisations.

Natalie Fricero explained that the members of the Scientific Council were approached at the time of the drafting of standards to serve as a basis for the writing of the Global Code of Enforcement. These standards were then discussed in the light of the current principles and factors of economic development and social economy. For Professor Fricero, the Global Code of Enforcement should reflect that “The enforcement must guarantee the rights of the creditor but also those of the debtor, in particular the rights to privacy and access to housing”.

Mathieu Chardon indicated that the First Global Forum on Enforcement will be organized in December 2014 in Strasbourg. This forum is organised jointly by the UIHJ and the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice of the Council of Europe (CEPEJ). On this occasion, the book on European case law on enforcement and service of documents written by Natalie Fricero and Guillaume Payan, Lecturer at the University of Toulon (France), will be officially launched.

The question of the approval of new members of the Scientific Council was approached. It gave the occasion of a discussion between the UIHJ and the members of its Scientific Council. For Jacques Isnard, due to the increasing number of countries in the UIHJ (over 80), it seems time to consider to raise the number of members - which is currently of twelve - by two or three. The principle of this proposition was accepted by all the participants.

Information on MPIL: www.mpi.lu
 
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In front of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg
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On the terrasse of the MPIL
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During the meeting of the Scientific council of the UIHJ
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