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Le juge des requêtes, juge du provisoire

Abstract : The 493rd article of the french code of civil proceedings defines the injunction on demand as a “provisional decision taken unilaterally when there is no need to call the opposing party”. While close by its nature to the refere injunction, the injunction on demand is specific by its unilaterral side that marks its efficiency as a procedure. Numerous questions remain to this day unsolved regarding both its legal definition and its significance.These controversies make the daily use of the injunction on demand vary wildly according to every court. The concept of provisional decision, as well as the unilaterral side of this specific injunction, can serve as a guide to finding a satisfying solution. The research leads to the conclusion that the injunction ondemand is provisional in the sense that its role is to preserve the rights of the parties involved in order to prepare the definitive decision taken by the court, on which the injunction has no legal influence.
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Alexey Varnek. Le juge des requêtes, juge du provisoire. Droit. Université de Strasbourg, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013STRAA029⟩. ⟨tel-01059054⟩



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