Legitimación en las acciones colectivas

This paper analyses the standing in collective actions to enforce undefined and collective interests as well as homogeneous individual interests, according to the Brazilian legal doctrine and legisla- tion. He treats the types of class actions, the standing to bring a suit and the adequate represent... Deskribapen osoa

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Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas 2013
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Laburpena: This paper analyses the standing in collective actions to enforce undefined and collective interests as well as homogeneous individual interests, according to the Brazilian legal doctrine and legisla- tion. He treats the types of class actions, the standing to bring a suit and the adequate representation in the Latin American countries that have developed these matters: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexi- co and Uruguay. Of Argentinean Law, the author examines the collective amparo contained in article 43 of the National Constitutional, and the envi- ronmental and consumer�s procedures. Of Brazilian Law, the author studies the actions to enforce unde- fined and collective interests and homogeneous indi- vidual interests, contained in the 1990 Consumer�s Defense Code. The Brazilian Law guidelines have influenced the Model Code of Collective Procedu- res for Iberoamerica and the Chilean and Mexican Laws. In Colombia the collective interests are enfor- ced by popular actions, and the equivalent to the ho- mogeneous individual interests are defended through group actions