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La lésion dans la vente d'immeubles

Abstract : Articles 1674 to 1685 of the code of civil law grant the profit for abrogation in the event of lesion to the seller only of real state and only in the realm of real estate. this restriction, which is justified by the great value of real estate and by the necessity experienced by the seller in procuring a certain sum of money, seems injust and inappropriate in this day and age, in the sense that some tangible personal property has a value equal to, if not sometimes greater than, that of real estate. Furthermore, the purchaser of real estate is occasionally compelled to accept an exorbitant price. in other respects, new contractual techniques have appeared and the purchaser finds himself, for the most part, affronted by construction experts. Thus, substantive law favors more and more the protection of the purchaser of real estate who is considered in the same light as a consumer. The question necessarily arises whether the position adopted by the drafters of the code of civil law, with regards to lesion, should now be reviewed with the legal and economic data of modern times.
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Jean-Jacques Anvile N'Goran. La lésion dans la vente d'immeubles. Droit. Université Nancy 2, 1991. Français. ⟨NNT : 1991NAN20012⟩. ⟨tel-01777065⟩



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