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Juristic Acts

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This chapter on juristic acts contains several articles concerning general provisions, declaration of intention, invalidity and termination of the declaration of intention, conditions and durations of juristic acts and interpretation of a juristic act. A juristic act refers to conduct that uses consent as its element and has the establishment, alteration and dissolution of a relationship of civil rights and obligations as its purpose. Declaration of intention refers to conduct by which a party has outwardly declared its intention to establish, alter or dissolve a relationship of civil rights and obligations. A declaring person purposely makes a declaration of intention that is inconsistent with his true intention may not claim the invalidity of this declaration of intention, unless the other person knows of the inconsistency.

Keywords: declaration of intention; juristic acts



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