LexInter | October 25, 2005 | 0 Comments


Considering article 43 of law n̊ 85-1372 of December 23, 1985;

Whereas according to this text, when the parents are jointly vested with parental authority over their minor child, one of them cannot add, alone, by way of use, his name to that of the other, without obtain the prior consent of the latter; that failing that, the judge can authorize this addition  Cass. civ. 1 March 3, 2009

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