Editura Universul Juridic Civil law treaty. Special contracts, 5th edition, updated and completed, vol. I, Sale. Exchange - Francisc Deak, Lucian Mihai, Romeo Popescu

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Publisher: Universul Juridic

Author: Francisc Deak, Lucian Mihai, Romeo Popescu

Edition: a 5-a, actualizata si completata

Pages: 264

Publisher year: 2017

ISBN: 978-606-39-0108-9

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The subject of special contracts, as an integral part of civil law, has as object of regulation the legal instruments through which, as a rule, the circulation of goods (for example, sale, exchange, consumer loan), their use (for example, lease, the loan), their preservation (deposit), the creation of values ​​(for example, the enterprise), the representation at the conclusion of legal acts (for example, the mandate), the provision of the necessary means for maintenance and care (for example, the maintenance contract, etc.).

Thus, the legal regime of civil contracts is an important part - both theoretically and practically - of private law in general and civil law in particular. For the understanding and correct application of these regulations, it is necessary to make some clarifications regarding the correlation between the special legal regime of contracts and the general theory of According to art. 1,166 of the Civil Code, the contract - the main source of obligations - is the agreement of wills between two or more persons with the intention of establishing, modifying or extinguishing a legal relationship, and art. 1,167 alin. (1) The Civil Code provides that "All contracts are subject to the general rules of this chapter (Book V, Title II, Chapter I - No. On the subject of Civil Law. Theory of obligations, the contract has been studied in general, being addressed, in turn, issues related to classification, conclusion, interpretation, effects, assignment, termination.

The subject Civil law. Contracts will be studied certain special contracts named, regulated in the Civil Code and in special laws. These contracts - regulated by art. 1,650-2,278 Civil Code and in some special laws - are governed by rules largely derogating from the general ones. in this sense, art. 1,167 alin. (2) The Civil Code stipulates that "Particular rules regarding certain contracts are provided in this code or in special laws".
Francisc Deak

Prof. univ. dr. FRANCISC DEAK was born on December 9, 1927 in Simleu Silvaniei and graduated with a diploma of merit from the Faculty of Law in Cluj, class of 1951.

He taught civil law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest between 1951 and 1997, becoming one of the most important personalities of legal science in Romania. In this capacity, he trained tens of generations of lawyers, for whom he constituted a model of professionalism, creativity, rigor, exigency and honesty.

Prof. univ. Dr. FRANCISC DEAK passed away on May 11, 2001.

Volume I of the 5th edition was updated by his former collaborator, Romeo Popescu, professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest.


Romeo Popescu

Teaching experience:
October 5, 1992 - current: Trainer, assistant, lecturer and then associate professor at the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law, Department of Private Law, Civil Law (Contracts), Civil Law (Successions and Liberalities) and Intellectual Property Law.

• Holder of Civil Law (Contracts) courses in the period 2001-2010, then since 2014 and now and Civil Law (Successions and Liberalities) since 2001 and now.
• Holder of the Intellectual Property Law course from 2000 to the present.
• Holder of the courses of Donations and wills from 2001 and at present and Translational contracts of rights in the period 2004-2008, at the Master "Private Law".
• Holder of the Civil Law (Succession and Liberalities) course at ID. Starting with the 1992-1993 academic year, I held seminars every year in all the educational disciplines listed above.

1997 - 1999: Holder of the Civil Law course (Special contracts. Inheritance law) at the Faculty of Law of Titu Maiorescu University.

October 1, 2003 - current: Elected member of the Council of the Faculty of Law within the University of Bucharest.

February 7, 2008-20 March 2012 then from January 13, 2014 and currently Vice Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Bucharest.

Professional experience, other than teaching:

Sept. 1 1991 - June 18 1992: Judge at the District 6 Court and at the District 1 Court in Bucharest.

January 1, 1995 - up to date: Definitive lawyer within the Bucharest Bar

October 1, 2000 - up to date: Industrial Property Advisor.

The subject of special contracts, as an integral part of civil law, has as object of regulation the legal instruments through which, as a rule, the circulation of goods (for example, sale, exchange, consumer loan), their use (for example, lease, the loan), their preservation (deposit), the creation of values ​​(for example, the enterprise), the representation at the conclusion of legal acts (for example, the mandate), the provision of the necessary means for maintenance and care (for example, the maintenance contract, etc.).

Thus, the legal regime of civil contracts is an important part - both theoretically and practically - of private law in general and civil law in particular. For the understanding and correct application of these regulations, it is necessary to make some clarifications regarding the correlation between the special legal regime of contracts and the general theory of According to art. 1,166 of the Civil Code, the contract - the main source of obligations - is the agreement of wills between two or more persons with the intention of establishing, modifying or extinguishing a legal relationship, and art. 1,167 alin. (1) The Civil Code provides that "All contracts are subject to the general rules of this chapter (Book V, Title II, Chapter I - No. On the subject of Civil Law. Theory of obligations, the contract has been studied in general, being addressed, in turn, issues related to classification, conclusion, interpretation, effects, assignment, termination.

The subject Civil law. Contracts will be studied certain special contracts named, regulated in the Civil Code and in special laws. These contracts - regulated by art. 1,650-2,278 Civil Code and in some special laws - are governed by rules largely derogating from the general ones. in this sense, art. 1,167 alin. (2) The Civil Code stipulates that "Particular rules regarding certain contracts are provided in this code or in special laws".

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