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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/T.2.2017.tde-26022021-172132
Document
Author
Full name
Mauricio Baptistella Bunazar
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Simão, José Fernando (President)
Brito, Rodrigo Azevedo Toscano de
Hironaka, Giselda Maria Fernandes Novaes
Morsello, Marco Fabio
Nanni, Giovanni Ettore
Silva, Flavio Murilo Tartuce
Title in Portuguese
Análise dogmática da categoria jurídica da invalidade no Código Civil brasileiro
Keywords in Portuguese
Código Civil -- Brasil
Interpretação lei
Negócio jurídico
Norma jurídica
Nulidade
Abstract in Portuguese
A tese visa a analisar dogmaticamente a categoria jurídica da invalidade à luz do Código Civil brasileiro. Com isso, pretende-se colaborar para a solução de casos concretos, seja fornecendo algum fundamento racional para a preservação do negócio jurídico, seja fornecendo critérios para sua ineficacização quando a invalidação for inevitável.
Title in English
Academic Analysis of the legal category of invalidity in the Brazilian Civil Code
Keywords in English
Annulability
Favor negotii
Invalidity
Legal transaction
Nullity
Private autonomy
Section 182 of the brazilian Civil Code
Abstract in English
The thesis aims at analyzing dogmatically the legal category of invalidity based on the brazilian Civil Code. Thus, it is intended to collaborate in the solution of concrete cases, either by providing some rational basis for the preservation of a legal transaction, or by providing criteria as how to make the transaction without any legal effect when invalidation is unavoidable.
 
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Release Date
2023-02-26
Publishing Date
2021-06-04
 
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