Training and Research Project

Integration, migration, transnational relationships. Governing inheritance statutes after the entry into force of EU succession regulations

France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, 01 October 2018 - 30 September 2020

E-learning course

The e-learning activities were organized around an e-learning course and two sit-coms for training at distance.

The course "Family and Successions Law issues" deals with cases and issues related to the application of the EU Regulation650/2012 on Succession, the EU Regulations No.1103/2016 on Matrimonial Property Regimes and No.1104/2016 on Partnership Registered, with a specific focus on Migration:
(i) marriage laws stemming from other cultural traditions;
(ii) alien contractual schemes on Family Property;
(iii) discrimination connected to different degrees of recognition of family models;
(iv) non-judicial family break-ups;
(v) protection of weaker parties in family break-ups;
(vi) reconciling European Laws with religious dimensions of family in other cultural tradition;
(vii) family law in Eu Succession regulation;
(viii) definitions of habitual residence.

The course aims at contributing to a uniform application of EU Regulation No. 650/2012 on successions, of EU Regulations No. 1103 and 1104/2016 on Family Law through the presentation of practical cases.
                                                E-learning course programme in original language
                                                E-learning course programme in English

Please find below the glossary of the e-learning course


The sit-coms aim to test, through an interactive mode, the knowledge acquired during the e-learning course. The sit-coms deal with cases relating to the application of Regulation 650/2012 and aim to contribute to the uniform application of Regulation 650/2012 through the presentation of practical cases.
All e-learning products are available for free on the "EMMA" MOOC platform.
Below, the instructions to access the platform.
Please find below the Agenda of the workshop on case law database and e-learning course on MOOC platform to be held online on 14 September 2020.