Lector univ. These new legal provisions repealed the international jurisdiction rules provided by Articles 31 and 32 of the Treaty between Romania and the Republic of Poland on Legal Assistance and Legal Relations in Civil and Criminal Matters Bucharest, May 15,ratified by Romania by Government Ordinance no.
The provisions of Articles 3 and 4 of the regulation will suffer an adaptation to the specific requirements provided in Article 30 of the Treaty where the jurisdiction rules of Articles 31 and 32 refers to.
In order to find out the substantial law that will govern the divorce or the claim for the marriage annulment, the Romanian judges will use the choice-of-law rules provided by Articles 31 which refers in that respect to the first two paragraphs of Article 30 and Article 32 of the above mentioned treaty article which refers in that respect to Article By doing so, the Romanian judges would obtain identical jurisdictional solutions with those provided in Articles 31 and 32 of the treaty.
However, the introduction of uniform choice-of-law rules regarding divorce and marriage annulment, by an E.