a) the protection of minors and incapable parties;
b) the personal and proprietary effects of marriage;
c) succession rights, testate and intestate, especially the indefeasible shares of spouses and relatives;
d) the transfer of title to property and security interests in property;
e) the protection of creditors in matters of insolvency; f) the protection, in other respects, of third parties acting in good faith.
The provisions of the Convention may be disregarded when their application would be manifestly incompatible with public policy (ordre public). art.18
Nothing in the Convention shall prejudice the powers of States in fiscal matters. art.19