special contracts
LexInter | February 21, 2002 | 0 Comments


es nominate contracts

The named contracts are those whose definition and regime have been specified by law (see article 1107 C.civ.). These are for example the contracts governed by the Civil Code in articles 1582s and in particular

  • the sale (jurisprudence SALE )
  • the exchange
  • the deposit
  • the loan
  • the mandate
  • the lease  lease   )
  • the property development
  • the company

The innominate contracts

Given the autonomy of the will , the parties to a contract may agree to commitments which do not correspond to any of the named or existing qualifications. Contracts have also been developed in practice . These contracts, when they are sufficiently common, have been defined and their regime fixed by case law. Some have seen their plan set by legislative standards, such as leasing.

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