Ioana Nicolae


The current paper aims to contribute to enriching the knowledge of the judicial instrument by which the spouses choose one of the matrimonial regimes acknowledged by the Romanian Civil Code. In this research context, we wish to describe aspects regarding the definition of this judicial notion, the necessary formal conditions to be met in order for it to be valid and the effects it produces.

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