Termination Of The Caretaking Contract For Enforcement Objective Impossibility. Case Study
This study refers to a frequently used contract, namely the contract of caretaking, and presents the cancellation of this contract for the objective impossibility of out carrying it. Also, this case study highlights the legal issues that may occur in the situation of objective impossibility of execution of the caretaking obliga tion by the debtor – caretaker. In case of cancellation of such a contract there can be no discussion of succesors in rights from the debtor – caretaker because there is no mention about the continuity of the contract with the successors. Only from the creditor that was taken care of, there has been a will in favour of another person from outside the family, namely a third party
Volume (Year): 5 (2016)
Issue (Month): 1 (November)
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