I contratti reali nella prospettiva di una codificazione europea: elementi per una discussione
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The article concerns two important problematic profiles of the category of figurae iuris which, following the Roman tradition, is formed of the so called real contracts. The first profile affects the shape to be given, in the European Contract Code, Book II, now being drawn up by the Academy of European Private Lawyers, to depositum, contractual sequestration, commodatum and mutuum. In the light of an historical and comparative analysis of the matter and of provisions of the aforementioned Code, Book I, a range of possible solutions is proposed, which goes beyond the mere alternative between “real” and “consensual” contract. The second problematic profile is that of the liability for damage, destruction or loss of the delivered item. Considered with particular regard to depositum, this problem is mainly examined referring both to the provisions on contractual liability of said Code, Book I, and to the French experience relating to the obligations de moyens and obligations de résultat.
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