CAPACITY
LexInter | April 24, 2002 | 0 Comments

CAPACITY

Section II: The capacity of the contracting parties

Article 1123
Anyone can contract, if they are not declared incapable by law.
Article 1124
 

(Law n ° 68-5 of January 3, 1968 Official Journal of January 4, 1968 in force on July 4, 1968)
Are unable to contract, to the extent defined by law:
Unemancipated minors;
Adults protected within the meaning of article 488 of this code.

Article 1125
 

(Law n ° 68-5 of January 3, 1968 Official Journal of January 4, 1968 in force on July 4, 1968)
People capable of making a contract cannot oppose the incapacity of those with whom they have contracted.

Article 1125-1
 

(inserted by Law n ° 68-5 of January 3, 1968 Official Journal of January 4, 1968 in force on July 4, 1968)

Unless authorized by the court, it is prohibited, on pain of nullity, for anyone who exercises a function or occupies a job in an establishment housing the elderly or providing psychiatric care to acquire property or assignee of a right belonging to the elderly. to a person admitted to the establishment, or to lease the accommodation occupied by this person before his admission to the establishment.
For the application of this article, the spouse, ascendants and descendants of the persons to whom the aforementioned prohibitions apply.

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