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Invalidity of Deals with Defect of Volition

Student: Anzhela Stepanova

Supervisor: Natalia Udalova

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2016

This diploma research is devoted to defect of will as the ground for invalidity of transactions. A huge number of cases in court is dedicated to the recognition of the transaction invalid. Defect of will is one of the grounds for such transactions. Analysis of judicial practice shows that it is difficult to prove the presence of the flaw of will, so it is necessary to understand the causes of ambiguous and non-unified court practice, methods and procedures of proof the flaw of will. In this connection, the purpose of the study is to determine the legal regulation of transactions made with the flaw of will, as well as the formation of the main directions of its perfection. The present study’ approaches that were got through the court practice, allow to enforce the balance of public- and private- interests in civil circulation.

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