Criminal General EU UK Agreement

PART THREE: LAW ENFORCEMENT AND JUDICIAL COOPERATION IN CRIMINAL MATTERS TITLE I: GENERAL PROVISIONS Article LAW.GEN.1: Objective 1. The objective of this Part is to provide for law enforcement and judicial cooperation between the Member States and Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies, on the one side, and the United Kingdom, on the other side, […]

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Data Sharing EU UK Agreement

TITLE II: EXCHANGES OF DNA, FINGERPRINTS AND VEHICLE REGISTRATION DATA Article LAW.PRUM.5: Objective The objective of this Title is to establish reciprocal cooperation between the competent law enforcement authorities of the United Kingdom, on the one side, and the Member States, on the other side, on the automated transfer of DNA profiles, dactyloscopic data and […]

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Europol & Eurojust EU UK Agreement

TITLE V: COOPERATION WITH EUROPOL Article LAW.EUROPOL.46: Objective The objective of this Title is to establish cooperative relations between Europol and the competent authorities of the United Kingdom in order to support and strengthen the action by the Member States and the United Kingdom, as well as their mutual cooperation in preventing and combating serious […]

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Arrest Warrant EU UK Agreement

TITLE VII: SURRENDER Article LAW.SURR.76: Objective The objective of this Title is to ensure that the extradition system between the Member States, on the one side, and the United Kingdom, on the other side, is based on a mechanism of surrender pursuant to an arrest warrant in accordance with the terms of this Title. Article […]

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Police Cooperation EU UK Agreement

TITLE IV: COOPERATION ON OPERATIONAL INFORMATION Article LAW.OPCO.1: Cooperation on Operational Information 1. The objective of this Title is for the Parties to ensure that the competent authorities of the United Kingdom and of the Member States are able to, subject to the conditions of their domestic law and within the scope of their powers, […]

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Anti-Money Laundering EU UK Agreement

TITLE X: ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING AND COUNTER TERRORIST FINANCING Article LAW.AML.127: Objective The objective of this Title is to support and strengthen action by the Union and the United Kingdom to prevent and combat money laundering and terrorist financing. Article LAW.AML.128: Measures to prevent and combat money laundering and terrorist financing 1. The Parties agree to […]

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Freeze & Confiscation EU UK Agreement

TITLE XI: FREEZING AND CONFISCATION Article LAW.CONFISC.1: Objective and principles of cooperation 1. The objective of this Title is to provide for cooperation between the United Kingdom, on the one side, and the Member States, on the other side, to the widest extent possible for the purposes of investigations and proceedings aimed at the freezing […]

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Criminal Misc Issues EU UK Agreement

TITLE XII: OTHER PROVISIONS Article LAW.OTHER.134: Notifications 1. By the date of entry into force of this Agreement, the Union and the United Kingdom shall make any of the notifications provided for in Article LAW.SURR.82(2) [Political offence exception], Article LAW.SURR.83(2) [Nationality exception], and Article LAW.SURR.91(4) [Consent to surrender] and shall, to the extent it is […]

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Dispute Settlement EU UK Agreement

TITLE XIII: DISPUTE SETTLEMENT Article LAW.DS.1: Objective The objective of this Title is to establish a swift, effective and efficient mechanism for avoiding and settling disputes between the Parties concerning this Part, including disputes concerning this Part when applied to situations governed by other provisions of this Agreement, with a view to reaching a mutually […]

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Family and Misc.

Legal Matters & Rights Published: 27 February 2019 From: Department of the Taoiseach Ireland and the UK both have a common law system, enjoy a Common Travel Area, which includes certain legal rights, and are currently both members of the EU and its supporting legal rules. The Irish and UK Governments are working to ensure […]

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Justice and Security [Ire]

Dec 2018 Justice and Security From the outset of this process, we have identified a number of areas in the  Justice area that are particularly important to ongoing cooperation between the UK and Ireland, and have been taking steps to mitigate the effect of a UK withdrawal from the EU as much as possible. The […]

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Civil Justice UK No Deal Notes

Before 29 March 2019 (may also apply to new exit date on 31 December 2020) Currently, the UK applies EU rules to determine: which country’s courts hear a civil, commercial or family law case raising cross-border issues with other EU countries (jurisdiction) which country’s laws apply (applicable law) how a judgment obtained in one EU country should be recognised and enforced in another (recognition and enforcement) […]

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Extradition

Amendments to the Extradition Act 1965 to apply the provisions of the 1957 Council of Europe Convention on Extradition One of the key issues identified by the Department of Justice and Equality, in the context of a no deal Brexit, is to ensure that effective extradition arrangements are maintained between Ireland and the UK. In that regard […]

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Maintenance Disputes Post-Deal Guidance

Guidance UK-EU cross-border maintenance disputes Published 12 January 2021 This guidance explains the changes to UK-EU cross-border maintenance disputes from 1 January 2021. It is intended for people involved in family law disputes. If you are a legal professional, please refer to the guidance for legal professionals. If you are currently or soon to be involved […]

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Civil & Commercial Litigation UK Post-Deal Guidance

Guidance Cross-border civil and commercial legal cases: guidance for legal professionals Published 31 December 2020 Contents 1.Jurisdiction and recognition and enforcement of judgments 2.Special European procedures 3.Applicable law Print this page This guidance only relates to cases involving the courts of England and Wales. If you have a cross-border case relating to the courts in […]

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Family Disputes UK Post-Deal Guidance

GuidanceFamily law disputes involving the EU: guidance for legal professionals Published 31 December 2020 Contents 1.Divorce 2.Maintenance 3.International parental child abduction 4.Children cases (parental responsibility) 5.Placement of children Print this page This guidance only relates to cases involving the courts of England and Wales. If you have a cross-border case relating to the courts in […]

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UK Commons Committee Justice System

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EU Study Police and Criminal

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EU Report Family Law Cooperation

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EU Study Family Law Cooperation

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UK Lords Committee Justice

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UK Lords Committee Arrest Warrant

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Family Litigation UK Parliament

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