The effect of indirect public formalism on the effectiveness of the contract
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2018, Volume 7, Issue Issue 27 part 2, Pages 43-111
AbstractMost legislations have always sought to secure the stability of transactions, to preserve the rights arising therefrom, to prevent their denial or to attempt fraud, fraud and fraud, resulting in the loss of these rights and funds as well as the emergence of disputes to prove them. So that it can not be denied later.Public formalism is often an indirect formality required by the legislator to enter into contracts or to produce their effects in a certain way. This is what we will explain in two parts, the first of which is to explain terms of formality, while the second is to overlook the effects of indirect public formalism on the effectiveness of the contract .
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