Particularities in constituting underwriter distraint
Underwriter measures, also called ??insurance measures?? or ??the insurance of rights that are capitalized through action??, are defined as the possibilities given by the law so that, pendente lite, the court will impose, within appropriate limits, measures concerning the unavailability and preservation of goods, in relation to actions or deeds that may endanger the possibility of an effective exertion, at the moment of the compulsory execution of the decision, of the right of the creditor . The underwriter measures consecrated by our civil law Code are: the underwriter distraint (art. 591- 596 civil law C.), the inhibition (art. 597 civil law C.), and the legal attachment (art. 598- 601 civil law C.)
Volume (Year): 14 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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