TITLE

QUELQUES ASPECTS RELATIFS AUX EFFETS DU MARIAGE

AUTHOR(S)
Marian, Br´┐Żndusa
PUB. DATE
December 2011
SOURCE
Juridical Current;2011, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p215
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A marriage gives rise to complex and different relationships between the married parties and some of these relations are regulated by law. Patrimonial and personal relations, as well as non-patrimonial ones arising between the spouses are stipulated by law, with the result that mutual rights and obligations are established for the parties. The content of the personal relationships between the spouses is varied and complex and the lawmaker is able to regulate only generally and only a part of the relations that arise once the marriage takes place. The regulation of the relations between the married parties by law is important and necessary especially when misunderstandings between the parties arise and mainly when the relations between them are impaired and the marriage cannot be maintained.
ACCESSION #
70146732

 

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