L'illicéité des prestations et ses conséquences : une comparaison entre le droit civil français et allemand

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URI: http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:bsz:21-opus-4130
Dokumentart: MasterThesis
Date: 1995
Language: French
Faculty: 3 Juristische Fakultät
Department: Sonstige
DDC Classifikation: 340 - Law
Keywords: Schuldrecht , Schuldrecht / Allgemeiner Teil , Frankreich / Zivilgesetzbuch , Rechtsvergleich , Internationales Schuldrecht
Other Keywords: ordre public , öffentliche Ordnung , gute Sitten , bonnes moeurs
law of obligations , comparative law , public policy , morality
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Each country has its own manners. This is also valid for the different concepts of the French and German law when the contractual object is inadmissible. First, the contents of the public policy and the morality are examined. In contrast to the Code civil, the Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch (BGB) doesn't mention the public policy, but both legal texts refer to the morality. In addition, the BGB doesn't use the term of the 'causa'. In France, this concept had once led to deep controversies in doctrine. Secondly, the imposed sanctions are examined. In general, the illicit contractual object makes the contract null and void, so that the goods or services already carried out will be restored. This is the principle, but important exceptions are made when the plaintiff is 'unworthy'.

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