Revue de Droit Henri Capitant N° 3-4 2012

La primauté de l'exécution en nature ; les professions juridiques

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Philippe Dupichot et Denis Mazeaud - Revue de Droit Henri Capitant N° 3-4 2012 : La primauté de l'exécution en nature ; les professions juridiques.
The Henri Capitant Association of friends of French legal culture, which this year celebrates its 75 years in existence, has developed various actions... Lire la suite
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Résumé

The Henri Capitant Association of friends of French legal culture, which this year celebrates its 75 years in existence, has developed various actions which all aim at the developement of the methods and values of continental or civil legal culture. The Association organises several Congresses. To start with, the International Meetings, which have taken place since the founding of the Association, have led to regular publications amounting presently to more than 60 volumes.
These Meetings, which take place every year and concentrate on a topic related to different branches of law (private or public law, national and international law), bring together specialists of law from more than 30 countries from all over Europe, America, Africa and Asia. In recent years, the Henri Capitant Association has also organised International Sessions on a smaller scale where two or more groups exchange points of view on current issues.
The Henri Capitant Association has concentrated on French Civil Law Reform which was initiated at the beginning of the twenty first century. In the same way, the Association has actively participated in the european group in charge of the Common Frame of Reference in order to build a new contractual european law. With the creation of the Revue de Droit Henri Capitant or Henri Capitant Law Review, the Association is embarking upon a new adventure.
The undertaking is ambitious because this Review will be drafted in two languages, in French and in English, and will be the object of a dualpublication, in digital format and in hard copy. But it is up to the challenge, which seems vital to meet: ensuring a better knowledge of the law of civil law countries, of their legislation, of their jurisprudence and of their doctrines, by supporting their dissemination throughout the world.
In order to succeed in this undertaking, it would not be possible, in fact, to disregard either the English language or the digital media, which have become means of communication that are unavoidable. And although it is true that translation carries a risk of betrayal, and particularly so with regards to legal subject-matter, it is nonetheless a risk well worth taking. After all, certain civil law jurisdictions, such as Québec, state their laws in several languages.
Each issue of the Review, which will be published every six months, will address a single theme, selected for its interest from the standpoint of comparative law, and will bring together laws, judicial decisions and studies of yesteryear, as well as of today. All suggestions, wherever they may come from, will be welcomed.

Sommaire

  • LE DROIT A L'EXECUTION EN NATURE
    • Cours de droit civil positif français (Extraits)
    • Observations sur l'attitude du juge face aux difficultés d'exécution du contrat
    • Exécution de l'obligation, faculté de remplacement et réparation en nature en droit français
  • L'EFFECTIVITE DE L'EXECUTION EN NATURE
    • Voies d'exécution
    • Les techniques de préservation de l'exécution en nature
    • Les prérogatives de la puissance publique pour résister à l'exécution

Caractéristiques

  • Date de parution
    05/02/2013
  • Editeur
  • ISBN
    978-2-35971-082-3
  • EAN
    9782359710823
  • Présentation
    Broché
  • Nb. de pages
    158 pages
  • Poids
    0.56 Kg
  • Dimensions
    16,0 cm × 24,0 cm × 1,8 cm

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À propos des auteurs

Philippe Dupichot est professeur à l'université Paris Est - Creteil (UPEC) et secrétaire général de l'Association Henri Capitant des amis de la culture juridique française et il est co-directeur de la revue. Denis Mazeaud est professeur à l'université de Paris II (Panthéon - Assas) et président de l'Association Henri Capitant des amis de la culture juridique française et il est co-directeur de la revue.
Cyril Grimaldi est professeur à l'université Paris 13-Nord et secrétaire général adjoint de l'Association Hervé Capitant des amis de la culture juridique française et il est rédacteur en chef de la revue. Michel Séjean est maître de conférences à l'université Paris II (Panthéon-Assas) et rédacteur en chef adjoint de la revue.

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