SEMINAR

Diversity in Unity: The Succession Regulation in Hungary and Beyond

Budapest, 12 April 2019

Programme

Morning session 

9:00 Registration

9:45 Opening remarks 
Attila Menyhárd, Professor of civil law, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
 
Sara Landini, Associate professor of private law, Responsible for the GoInEU Project Management and Coordination, Universitŕ di Firenze
 
Ádám Tóth, President of the Hungarian Chamber of Civil Law Notaries

Chair
Ádám Fuglinszky, Professor of civil law, Faculty of Law, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Head of the GoInEu Hungarian project team
 
Lajos Vékás, Professor Emeritus of civil law, Faculty of Law, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Vice President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Head of the Codification Committee of the new Hungarian Civil Code
 
Tibor Szőcs, Director of the Hungarian Notaries’ Institute

12:15 Questions, remarks, discussion

12:30 Lunch 

Afternoon session
 
Chair
Orsolya Szeibert, Habil. Associate Professor of civil law, Faculty of Law, Eötvös Loránd University  Budapest, Member of the GoInEU project  
 
András Osztovits, Judge – Curia (Supreme Court of Hungary), Director of the Hungarian Academy of the Judiciary

Moderator
Tamás Balogh, Vice Director of the Hungarian Notaries’ Institute
 
Speakers
Germany: Rembert Süß, PhD, Director of the Department for private international law at the German Notary Institute, Würzburg
 
Austria: Stephan Matyk-d’Anjony, Mag, Expert in European private law, Austrian Notary Chamber
 
Poland: Agata Srokowska, Judge, Expert in European pivate law, Polish Ministry of Justice, Warsaw
 
Romania: Dan Andrei Popescu, Civil law notary, Associate Professor, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
 
Slovakia: Vojtech Kavečanský, Mag, Civil law notary, Košice

15:30 Coffee break

15:45 Exchange of best practices in small groups (of 20 people) divided by Hungarian and English languages– solving practical cases prepared by GoInEU and the Hungarian Chamber of Civil Law Notaries

17:30 – 18:00 Closing session and summary on best practices

The seminar will be held in Hungarian and English with simultaneous translation from 9:45 to 15:30 . The closing session will be held in Hungarian with a brief summary in English.