Editor Almedina
Author(s) Nuno Manuel Pinto Oliveira
Year 2008
Availability for sale
Synopsis
CHAPTER 1 – SIGNAL CONCEPT (I)
CHAPTER 2 – SIGNAL CONCEPT (II) – CONFIRMATORY SIGN AND PENITENTIAL SIGN
CHAPTER 3 – CONCEPT OF SIGNAL (III) – COMPARISON BETWEEN SIGNAL, PENAL CLAUSE AND PENITENTIAL CLAUSE
CHAPTER 4 – THE PROBLEM OF THE UNIT OR PLURALITY OF THE LEGAL REGIMES OF THE SIGN
CHAPTER 5 – CONSEQUENCES OF THE CONSTITUTION OF SIGNAL ON THE RIGHT TO COMPLIANCE (I)
CHAPTER 6 – SIGNAL CONSTITUTION OF CONSEQUENCES ON THE RIGHT TO COMPLIANCE (II) – INTERPRETATION OF ARTICLE 830 OF THE CIVIL CODE
CHAPTER 7 – CONSEQUENCES OF THE CONSTITUTION SIGN ON THE RIGHT TO COMPENSATION (I) – INTERPRETATION OF ARTICLE 2 442 CIVIL CODE
CHAPTER 8 – SIGN OF THE CONSTITUTION CONSEQUENCES ON THE RIGHT TO COMPENSATION (II) – INTERPRETATION OF PARAGRAPH 4 OF ARTICLE 442 OF THE CIVIL CODE
CHAPTER 9 – CONSEQUENCES OF THE CONSTITUTION OF SIGNAL ON THE RIGHT TO INDEMNIFICATION (III) – INTERPRETATION OF ARTICLE 812 OF THE CIVIL CODE
CHAPTER 10 – SUMMARY