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Good faith in contracts and the consequences of non-compliance from the point of view of fraud in conventions

  • Ph.D. Student Mirela Carmen DOBRILA

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    (Assistant professor, Ph.D. Student within Faculty of Law, “Al. I Cuza” University of Iasi, Romania)

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    The study of the fraud in conventions requires the analysis of the obligation to avoid any kind of fraud in contractual relations and of the consequences that the violation of this obligation has both in civil law, in the context of contractual liability, and also in criminal law. Starting from the implications of the good faith, as notion which penetrates also in the criminal law, one must establish a separation line between the situations which remains in the sphere of contractual liability, protected under civil law, and the situations in which it takes place a violation of the obligation of good faith by means of acts which are intended to deceit, which can be introduced to the protection sphere of criminal law by incriminating the offence of fraud in conventions.

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    Volume (Year): 1 (2011)
    Issue (Month): (February)
    Pages: 72

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