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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/T.2.2020.tde-22032021-172324
Document
Author
Full name
Daniel Gomes de Miranda
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2020
Supervisor
Committee
Tucci, José Rogério Cruz e (President)
Alvim, Eduardo Pellegrini de Arruda
Viana, Juvêncio Vasconcelos
Cunha, Leonardo José Ribeiro Coutinho Berardo Carneiro da
Leonel, Ricardo de Barros
Sica, Heitor Vitor Mendonça Fralino
Title in Portuguese
Controle judicial dos negócios processuais: possibilidades, limites e mecanismos
Keywords in Portuguese
Código de Processo Civil (2015) -- Brasil
Direito Processual -- Brasil
Fato jurídico -- Brasil
Negócio jurídico -- Brasil
Poder Judiciário -- Brasil
Processo civil -- Brasil
Abstract in Portuguese
A tese tem por objetivo demonstrar a amplitude dos poderes do juiz relativamente ao controle dos negócios jurídicos processuais, que não se restringe aos pronunciamentos sobre a validade desses atos jurídicos. A partir da premissa de que há três planos sobre os quais se pode compreender o fato jurídico, busca-se demonstrar que o magistrado pode decidir sobre a existência, a validade e a eficácia dos atos negociais, sejam unilaterais, sejam plurilaterais. A hipótese a ser demonstrada defende a existência de um microssistema de controle dos negócios jurídicos processuais, construído a partir do parágrafo único do art. 190, do CPC, cuja interpretação lógico-sistemática permite aglutinar o sistema de invalidades processuais a outros dispositivos do Código de Processo Civil que permitem controle de questões prévias, como a inexistência do negócio, e questões decorrentes da necessidade de preservação dos atos processuais, que impactam no plano da eficácia. Para efetivação dos poderes de controle, busca-se demonstrar que há procedimentos específicos, incidentais ou não, destinados a permitir ao juiz realizar o controle dos negócios jurídicos processuais em quaisquer dos planos do fato jurídico. Em cada um desses procedimentos, exige-se a construção de decisão adequada ao controle, com fundamentação que externe, adequadamente, os motivos pelos quais a autonomia negocial das partes não teve o poder de produzir os efeitos pretendidos.
Title in English
Judicial control of procedural contracts: possibilities, limits and mechanisms
Keywords in English
Control
Control decision
Motivation
Procedural contracts
Proper procedure
Abstract in English
The thesis aims to demonstrate the extent of the judge's powers regarding the control of procedural contracts, which is not restricted to pronouncements on the validity of such legal acts. Based on the premise that there are three planes on which the legal event may be understood, it seeks to demonstrate that the magistrate may decide on the existence, validity and effectiveness of transactional acts, whether unilateral or plurilateral. The hypothesis to be demonstrated defends the existence of a micro-system of control of the procedural contracts, constructed from the sole paragraph of article 190 of the CPC, whose logical-systematic interpretation allows the agglutination of the system of procedural invalidity to other provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure that allow control of previous issues, such as the inexistence of the contract, and issues arising from the need to preserve the procedural acts, which have an impact on the level of effectiveness. In order to enforce the control powers, it is sought to demonstrate that there are specific procedures, incidental or not, intended to allow the judge to perform the control of the procedural contracts in any of the planes of the legal event. In each of these procedures, the construction of an adequate decision is required for the control, with grounds that adequately extinguish the reasons why the negotiating autonomy of the parties did not have the power to produce the intended effects.
 
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2021-08-13
 
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