Acerca de la Datio in solutum necessaria en el derecho romano, en la tradición jurídica europea y en los códigos civiles iberoamericanos

The article deals with the origin and the nature of the dation in payment as a mens to extinguish the obligations in Roman Law and refers particualrly to the datio in solutum necessaria when the insolvent debtor offers to the crditor a different payment from the one taht is dur. In such a case the c... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Blanch Nougués, José María
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Dykinson 2010
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Laburpena: The article deals with the origin and the nature of the dation in payment as a mens to extinguish the obligations in Roman Law and refers particualrly to the datio in solutum necessaria when the insolvent debtor offers to the crditor a different payment from the one taht is dur. In such a case the creditor, in accordance with the law, is compelled to accept the latter. The dation in payment necessary was issued in the legislation of Justinian and is to be found in the medieva and modern european juridical tradition. However, the european civil codification of the XIX century based of liberal princiles did not accept the dation in payment necessary wicht nevertheless was included in a limited way in some latin american civil codes.