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'Contrarius consensus': terminación del contrato por mutuo acuerdo en la experiencia jurídica romana. (Spanish)

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      'Contrarius consensus': Termination of contract by mutual consent in Roman law. (English)
    • Abstract:
      Modern concept of termination of contract by mutual consent, used by civil tradition, can't match the Roman law experience. In the Roman law language, the 'contrarius consensus' was born in response to the demands of contractual consensual termination, through the correspondent application between the constitution and the extinction of contractual binding. moreover, it referred to an agreement ex intervallo whose effectiveness is framed in good faith judgments with limits on its use by the res integra. This limit allowed its application with reasonability and fairness, in the sense that, the parties ensure the performance of their agreement and avoid unfavorable situations for either parties. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      La terminación del contrato por mutuo acuerdo utilizada en el derecho contemporáneo no se puede encuadrar en los esquemas de la experiencia jurídica romana, donde nació como respuesta a la exigencia de terminación de los contratos consensuales mediante la aplicación de la correspondencia entre acto de constitución y extinción del vínculo négociai; así mismo, hacía referencia a un pacto ex intervallo cuya eficacia se encuadraba en los juicios de buena fe con límites en su empleo por la res integra; que permitía su aplicación de forma razonable y justa, así como garantizar a las partes el cumplimiento del fin por el cual celebraron el acuerdo resolutorio y evitar situaciones desventajosas para alguna de ellas. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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