Lex Electronica cause
LexInter | May 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

The notion of cause has given rise to abundant doctrinal discussions on its definition: efficient cause and final cause, and with regard to the final cause: immediate cause or distant cause, abstract cause or objective cause.

The concept of cause allows the judge to ensure that the obligation subscribed is based on sufficient justification to protect the contracting parties.

The cause has become a means of ensuring the interdependence of various contracts in the contractual sets, making it possible to link the fate of these acts and to create indivisibility between the various obligations. This is the case with the financing contract for computer equipment and for a computer advertising service.

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