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AbstractThe comparative examination of the matrimonial parts of the treaties bond between the Holy See and the states (concordatarian law) shows that during the 20th century, the Catholic Church has contracted in this matter such a way that it was able to conclude stronger treaties with the local secular sovereigns. The actuality of the examination of the Catholic Church's international treaties becomes obvious during the examination only. In the treaties of the last decade, a significant change can be followed in the Parties' legal relationships, which is an important step in the course of the gradual formation from the first half of the 20th century. As a result of the examination of the legal structure of treaties of these ten years, the tendencies of the former decades can better be understood as well. Recently such a treaty-material is available for us, on which it is possible and worth carrying out an examination. This essay contains the detailed examination of all matrimonial parts of the Catholic Church's international treaties with a consideration of all legally relevant bearings to be found in them. In the Appendix, one can find the whole text to examine in English. This essay, as it issues from its genre, is to be read with the Appendix together.
Rónay, Miklós (2006) Ius Matrimoniale Concordatarium. A comparative approach. Acta Juridica Hungarica, 47 (1). pp. 27-66. ISSN 1216-2574