Civilprocedureis oneof the greatpillars oflaw,guaranteeing the rule oflaw,rights andliberties.Procedural law, whether civilor criminal, playsan important role inthe formation of alawyer. Knowledge baseof this disciplineis establishedduringthe coursefacultyand reinforcethe practiceof law.Understand the conceptthatoperatescivilprocedural lawisindispensableforthe implementation ofsubstantive law.
This paperpresents the mostimportantpartsof thegeneral theory ofcivilprocedure. Systematization ofthe workis based ontraditionalistconceptthat hasas a starting pointintreatingproceduralmatter, the notion of processanditsfundamentalprinciples, continuing with the civil action, participants in the process, power, procedural documents, deadlines andproceduralsanctions.
The novelty ofthis paper isto addressproceduraltheoryfrom the perspective ofthe NewCodeof Civil Procedureadoptedby Law134of 15July 2010,butneintratinforce. Each institutionis treatedin parallel, the analysis is performedon both thecurrentlegislativeprovisions, and on those whowillcome intoforcesoon.
Thisformulaisdesigned to facilitatefamiliarizationexposureandrapidacquisitionof newprocedural provisions, buttoform anoverallopinionon keylegislativechanges.
The workbenefits fromcurrentcase law, richand diverse, making itanaccessibleand effectivemeans ofdocumentation. Ioptedfora form ofwritingconciseas it wasdesirable to avoidsuchabundanceof legal informationto distractfrom thepurpose,namelythe establishment of ausefulteaching tool.
Constanta, December 2011
Manual de procedură civilă. Teoria generală, cu trimiteri la Noul Cod de procedură civilă