Prescription and expiration are long-standing legal institutions. After a modern development of the general theory around these, it is of interest to emphasize the assumptions of imprescriptibility and incaducibility that the jurisprudence has been warning, beyond the typical assumptions expressly provided in some norm. In the field of research, it is necessary to analyze new contractual trends and determine how social needs demand a rethinking of the effects of time. Therefore, this work seeks to repower the regulations and consolidate the doctrine to present the prescription and expiration in the light of the new theories of comparative law and local jurisprudence. Treating the law of prescription and expiration.
|Effective start/end date||1/04/19 → 31/03/20|
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