The state commission for international private law (Dutch: Staatscommissie tot voorbereiding van de te nemen maatregelen ter bevordering van de codificatie van het internationaal privaatrecht: SCIP) is a Dutch state commission that advises the Dutch government on issues regarding international private law. The commission was first installed in 1897. The body advises for example about jurisdiction, adoption, and foreign marriages and divorces. Advices can be at request of the government or initiated by the commission itself.
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