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L'opposition en droit privé

Abstract : The apparent disparity of opposition within the different branches of law is not an obstacle to the unity of this notion. Oppositions actually follow a common operating mode. They act as means of conservatory defence in order to protect the owner's legal interests, in situations when these interests might be at stake. Indeed, other people's legal activities are likely to affect the opponent's interests, in spite of being third party. In this respect, opposition is a legal certificate, depending on whether the protection of the opponent's interests results in the cancellation of the certificate or in the alteration of a part oof its effects only. Opposition represents the shift from an unsteady situation to a steady situation and thus contributes to the regulation of legal relationships in the course of time.
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Laurence Boutitie. L'opposition en droit privé. Droit. Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV, 2004. Français. ⟨tel-00128790⟩



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