(1) Even UNICEF uses the term "filiation" (prohijamiento)
Intercountry Adoption Information Portfolio - Committee on the ...www.unicef-irc.org › documents › 123_france
73. French civil legislation, designed mainly for the adoption of children born in France, contains few ... A child may also take steps to establish his filiation. (...).
(2) So too does the ILO
CHAPTER 28 CHILDREN ACT [15th July, 1982] Act 16 ... - ILOwww.ilo.org › dyn › docs › ELECTRONIC › SEY94740
Jul 15, 1982 - Duty to promote welfare of child and delegation of powers of the Director ... Restrictions on removal where adoption agreed. 51. ... 73A. Children not to be given tobacco. 74. Children not to be used for witchcraft. 75. ... establishment of natural filiation as regards the father and an order of a court naming a.
3) UN > natural filiation
Child Adoption: Trends and Policies - the United Nationswww.un.org › population › publications › pdf › policyPDF
policies on child adoption and the resulting trends in 195 countries, aims to provide Governments with the evidence ... B. Legal requirements for prospective adoptive parents and adopted persons . ... 73. V.3. Countries with the highest percentage of intercountry adoptions. ... equivalent to natural filiation and had the effect of.
Family law in Spain: overview | Practical Law uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com › ...
Jul 1, 2019 - Family law in Spain: overviewby Alberto Perez Cedillo and Olalla ... children; surrogacy and adoption; cohabitation; family dispute resolution; civil ... (Article 73, Spanish Civil Code.) ... For a parent to have parental responsibility or rights of custody over a child, filiation must have previously been established, ...
Article 108 of the Spanish Civil Code establishes that filiation (that is, the fact of being a child of a certain parent) can be both matrimonial and non-matrimonial and produces the same effects. For a parent to have parental responsibility or rights of custody over a child, filiation must have previously been established, otherwise the parent will have no legal rights or duties towards the child. Therefore, whether the parents are married or unmarried makes no difference in relation to the custody rights that the parents will have.
Filiation of children born by surrogacy must be determined by parturition (Article 10.1(2)).
It remains possible for the biological father to claim paternity in accordance with the general rules of Spanish legislation. In this case, where the birth of a child born abroad using a surrogate mother must be registered at the Spanish Civil Registry, the registration is necessary to produce a resolution which clearly establishes filiation or alternatively to obtain the recognition of the order in Spain by means of an exequatur (see Question 6, Divorces/annulment).
4. The nature and content of filiation, including filiation by adoption, and the relations between parents and their children, shall be governed by the personal law of the child and, if this cannot be determined, the law of his habitual residence.
Article 14 (in link) speaks to filiation.
You need three separation concepts in your translation:
2) https://tureng.com/en/spanish-english/prohijamiento | filiation
https://books.google.com.jm/books?id=yz1sBL9ZZdAC&pg=PA51&lp... (filiation > prohijamiento) (Pg. 149)
3) acogimiento familiar | foster care https://www.wordmagicsoft.com/dictionary/es-en/acogimiento f...
Note added at 4 hrs (2020-05-29 11:58:41 GMT)
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In Spain there is legislative plurality in the area of Civil Law and, in ... the economic effects of marriage, filiation, adoption, etc. ... Article 73(5) Spanish Civil.
Note added at 5 hrs (2020-05-29 12:42:40 GMT)
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Filiation is the legal term for the recognized legal status of the relationship between family members, or more specifically the legal relationship between parent and child. As described by the Government of Quebec:
Filiation is the relationship which exists between a child and the child’s parents, whether the parents are of the same or the opposite sex. The relationship can be established by blood, by law in certain cases, or by a judgment of adoption. Once filiation has been established, it creates rights and obligations for both the child and the parents, regardless of the circumstances of the child’s birth.
Filiation differs from, but impacts, both parental rights and inheritance.
The statute of limitations period for filiation is thirty years.[where?]
An example of law regarding filiation is found in the Civil Code of Quebec, Book 2, Title 2 "Filiation", which details how filiation may be established, claimed, and transferred.
Filiation and adoption
When an adoption takes place under the laws of the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and the United Kingdom, a complete transfer of filiation takes place. A standard example in U.S. adoption law is seen in the California State Code:
8616. After adoption, the adopted child and the adoptive parents shall sustain towards each other the legal relationship of parent and child and have all the rights and are subject to all the duties of that relationship.
In other nations, a form of "incomplete adoption" may allow filiation with the biological family to remain. An example of this is in French law, where two types of adoption exist: adoption plénière, where filiation is completely transferred, and adoption simple in which filiation to the adopting parents is added to, but does not replace, filiation with the biological family.
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