VALIDITY CONDITIONS OF THE JURIDICAL ACT

Petru Tărchilă

Abstract


The legislative act is the subjects` will to create, modify or extinguish a juridical relation of Civil Law. Hence the fundamental elements of the existence of civil juridical act, namely:
- the subjects` manifestation of will
- intention to produce, modify or extinguish civil juridical relations
- the juridical effects whose induction is aimed by parties
Consent is an essential prerequisite of validity for any juridical act and it is defined as the parties` decision to complete the juridical act. The consent must meet the following conditions to acquire legal value and to be considered valid:
- to be issued by a judicial person
- the intension of closing a legislative act should be known by all parties;
- the consent should be clear in terms of obligations and rights resulting from such an act;
- should not be affected by error vice of consent, mistake, fraud, violence or damage.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15837/aijjs.v8i4.1654

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