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Re: Mircea Lambrino
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Jane no court in the world can go beyond it's own borders. So a French court cannot bestow a foreign title.
Hugo Klynstra did go to court to become the legal son of his biological father the Duke of Parma and Piacenza. He got his legal paper making him part of the Dutch nobility as HRH prince Hugo de Bourbon de Parme but he did not become part of the Parma branch of the Bourbon dynasty. As they fall beyond the jurisdiction of a Dutch court.
A Belgian court judged that Delphine as the daughter of Albert II did comply with the Belgian rules for the style and title of HRH princess of Belgium.
I know that he sued for legitimacy through a French court, which declared him a son of King Carol II of Romania. This was before the days of modern molecular biology and DNA testing, which in recent times confirmed the paternity of Delphine Boel by King Albert II of the Belgians. The latter was even accorded the title Princess of Belgium, with the qualification of Royal Highness.
Did the court in France do likewise with Mircea Lambrino? Was there any power or authority to confer any royal title on him?