• Directions of private law Development. Comments on the draft of book one of the civil code

Directions of private law Development. Comments on the draft of book one of the civil code

  • Autor: Academic supervision Bogusława Gnela, Kinga Michałowska
  • Wydawca: Difin
  • ISBN: 978-83-7930-512-4
  • Data wydania: 2014
  • Liczba stron/format: 150/B5
  • Oprawa: miękka
  • Dostępność: W magazynie

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The aim of work was an analysis some of the new solutions and constructs proposed in the draft of Book one of the civil code. the chapters devoted to different topics analyze the following problems: electronic form as a special form of a declaration of will; incapacitation, the concept of legal capacity, including the problem of the so-called (imperfect, statutory) legal persons without full legal capacity; definition of a consumer; regulation of good faith; defects in declarations of will; marital status; professional activity as a kind of business activity, and pre-contractual information and statements.

The following publication, as part of the discussion on the draft of Book one of the civil code, should be interesting representatives of the science of law, practicing lawyers and students.
Table of contents:

Introduction

Chapter 1. Electronic form – a special form of a declaration of will
Jan Byrski

Introduction
1. Electronic form or two variations of the written form – conclusions de lege lata
2. Electronic form in the Draft  of Book One of the Civil Code
3. Electronic form – conclusions de lege ferenda
Conclusion

Chapter 2. Incapacitation

Paweł Dąbek

1. Current legal status
2. Proposed solutions concerning incapacitation
3. Proposed solutions in light of the Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
4. Draft  on incapacitation versus judicature of the European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court
5. Draft amendments to incapacitation developed by the Ministry of Justice
Conclusions

Chapter 3. Good faith in the draft of Book One of the Civil Code
Jacek Lachner

1. Introductory comments
2. Th  e concept of good faith
2.1. Good faith from the objective perspective
2.2. Good faith from a subjective perspective
3. Art. 7 of the CC versus the draft ed regulation on good faith in the context of Book One of the Civil Code
4. Summary

Chapter 4. The concept of legal capacity in the draft of the new Civil Code
Jan Lic

Chapter 5. Defects in declarations of will – comments on the draft of the Civil Code

Jolanta Loranc-Borkowska

1. Introduction
2. Lack of awareness or freedom
3. Ostensible nature
4. Error
5. Distortion of a declaration of will
6. Fraud
7. Th  reat
8. Exploitation
Conclusions

Chapter 6. Civil status in the draft of Book One of the Civil Code
Introduction
Kinga Michałowska

1. Civil status in the current legislation
1.1. The concept of civil status
1.2. Civil status as a right of personality
1.3. Institutional and organizational aspect of civil status
2. Civil status in the draft  of the Civil Code
3. Protection of civil status in the Civil Code draft
Summary

Chapter 7. Professional activity as a kind of business activity – comments on the law de lege lata and de lege ferenda
Monika Szaraniec

Introduction
Performing activity by representatives of liberal profession
The concept of professional activity pursuant to Art. 43 1  of the Civil Code and Art. 2 of the Law on Freedom of Business Activity
Professional activity as a kind of business activity
Definition of business activity in art. 57 § 2 of the Civil Code draft
Definition of independent professional activity in Art. 58 § 2 of the Civil Code draft
Summary  

Chapter 8. The issue of information and  pre-contractual statements in the draft of the general part of the Civil Code and other drafts concerning these issues
 
Ewelina Badura

1. Existing solutions concerning pre-contractual information
2. Remaining in error and disclosure obligation
2.1. Merger clause and general disclosure obligation
2.2. Importance of pre-contractual stage for interpretation of contracts
2.3. Lack of possibility to invoke culpa in contrahendo
3. Disclosure obligation as performance of a commitment
4. The need to introduce changes to disclosure obligations
4.1. Information and pre-contractual statements
4.2. The increase of importance of pre-contractual disclosure obligations

Chapter 9. The issue of the so-called legal persons without full legal capacity (imperfect, statutory legal persons) in the draft of the general part of the Civil Code
Anita Curzydło

Introduction
1. Civil law entities in the draft  of the Civil Code prepared by the Civil Law
Codifi cation Commission
2. Legal capacity and legal personality
Concluding remarks

References


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