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COMPARATIVE STUDY RELATING TO THE PROCEDURES OF ADOPTION AMONG
THE MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, ABOUT PRACTICAL
DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED IN THIS FIELD BY THE EUROPEAN CITIZENS WITHIN
THE FRAMEWORK OF THE EUROPEAN SPACE OF JUSTICE AND CIVIL MATTERS
AND THE POSSIBILITIES OF SOLVING THESE PROBLEMS AND TO PROTECT THE
CHILDREN’S RIGHTS
JLS/2007/C4/017-30-CE-0157325/00-64
COMPARATIVE STUDY RELATING TO THE PROCEDURES OF ADOPTION AMONG
THE MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, ABOUT PRACTICAL
DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED IN THIS FIELD BY THE EUROPEAN CITIZENS WITHIN
THE FRAMEWORK OF THE EUROPEAN SPACE OF JUSTICE AND CIVIL MATTERS
AND THE POSSIBILITIES OF SOLVING THESE PROBLEMS AND TO PROTECT THE
CHILDREN’S RIGHTS
JLS/2007/C4/017-30-CE-0157325/00-64

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SUMMARY
1.
 
INTRODUCTION
.........................................................................................................................................................510
 
2.
 
STATISTICS
.................................................................................................................................................................511
 
2.1.
 
A
USTRIA
.....................................................................................................................................511
 
2.2.
 
B
ELGIUM
....................................................................................................................................512
 
2.3.
 
B
ULGARIA
...................................................................................................................................514
 
2.4.
 
C
YPRUS
.....................................................................................................................................517
 
2.5.
 
C
ZECH
R
EPUBLIC
......................................................................................................................518
 
2.6.
 
D
ENMARK
...................................................................................................................................519
 
2.7.
 
ESTONIA..................................................................................................................................521
 
2.8.
 
F
INLAND
.....................................................................................................................................522
 
2.9.
 
FRANCE...................................................................................................................................524
 
2.10.
 
G
ERMANY
..................................................................................................................................528
 
2.11.
 
G
REECE
.....................................................................................................................................530
 
2.12.
 
H
UNGARY
...................................................................................................................................532
 
2.13.
 
I
RELAND
.....................................................................................................................................535
 
2.14.
 
ITALY
..........................................................................................................................................540
 
2.15.
 
LATVIA....................................................................................................................................541
 
2.16.
 
L
ITHUANIA
..................................................................................................................................542
 
2.17.
 
L
UXEMBOURG
............................................................................................................................544
 
2.18.
 
M
ALTE
........................................................................................................................................545
 
2.19.
 
N
ETHERLANDS
...........................................................................................................................546
 
2.20.
 
P
OLAND
......................................................................................................................................550
 
2.21.
 
P
ORTUGAL
.................................................................................................................................551
 
2.22.
 
R
UMANIA
....................................................................................................................................552
 
2.23.
 
S
LOVAKIA
...................................................................................................................................554
 
2.24.
 
S
LOVENIA
...................................................................................................................................555
 
2.25.
 
S
PAIN
.........................................................................................................................................556
 
2.26.
 
S
WEDEN
.....................................................................................................................................558
 
2.27.
 
U
NITED
K
INGDOM
......................................................................................................................560
 
3.
 
COMMENTS
.................................................................................................................................................................561
 
3.1.
 
A
USTRIA
.....................................................................................................................................561
 
3.2.
 
B
ELGIUM
....................................................................................................................................563
 
3.3.
 
B
ULGARIA
...................................................................................................................................569
 
3.4.
 
C
YPRUS
.....................................................................................................................................572
 
3.5.
 
C
ZECH
R
EPUBLIC
......................................................................................................................576
 
3.6.
 
D
ENMARK
...................................................................................................................................577
 
3.7.
 
E
STONIA
.....................................................................................................................................581
 
3.8.
 
F
INLAND
.....................................................................................................................................587
 
3.9.
 
F
RANCE
......................................................................................................................................588
 
3.10.
 
G
ERMANY
..................................................................................................................................594
 
3.11.
 
G
REECE
.....................................................................................................................................598
 
3.12.
 
HUNGARY
...............................................................................................................................605
 
3.13.
 
IRELAND
..................................................................................................................................612
 
3.14.
 
I
TALY
..........................................................................................................................................614
 
3.15.
 
L
ATVIA
........................................................................................................................................615
 
3.16.
 
L
ITHUANIA
..................................................................................................................................621
 
3.17.
 
L
UXEMBOURG
............................................................................................................................626
 
3.18.
 
M
ALTA
........................................................................................................................................629
 
3.19.
 
N
ETHERLANDS
...........................................................................................................................638
 
3.20.
 
P
OLAND
......................................................................................................................................658
 
3.21.
 
P
ORTUGAL
.................................................................................................................................662
 
 
 
509
3.22.
 
R
UMANIA
....................................................................................................................................678
 
3.23.
 
SLOVAKIA
...................................................................................................................................683
 
3.24.
 
S
LOVENIA
...................................................................................................................................687
 
3.25.
 
S
PAIN
.........................................................................................................................................690
 
3.26.
 
S
WEDEN
.....................................................................................................................................692
 
3.27.
 
U
NITED
K
INGDOM
......................................................................................................................693
 
 
 
510
1. INTRODUCTION
An empirical analysis was carried out into the twenty-seven member states of the European Union.This analysis was based on the questionnaire approved by the European Commission.All the member states tried to keep a balance between the various categories of people interviewed.The lawyers, judges and representatives of the ministries, representatives of associations, adoptiveparents and or adopted child took part.In certain states, it was not possible to interview either the adoptive parents or the adoptive childconsidering the strict confidentiality required by their legislation.Under the statistical section, you will find the whole official statistics that our experts could obtain fromthe ministries or the qualified institutions.The commentary section reflects the result of the questionnaires carried out.The experts carried out either a summary of the various questionnaires or a comment underlining therelevant points expressed by the interviewed people.It is obvious that all the interviewed people could not answer all the questions because they did nothave knowledge, competence and or experience with this intention.The following section (comparative tables) resumes the statistics tables elaborated on the basis ofanswers to the questionnaires returned by each member state.

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