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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anton Knyazev
Potestative and Mixed Conditonal Transaction Terms
Corporate Lawyer
(Master’s programme)
2018
The purpose of this study is to identify the qualifying characteristics of the condition and determine, on their basis, the relationship between the condition and the circumstance, the onset of which depends on the actions of one of the parties to the conditional transaction in whole or in part (the additive and mixed conditions).

All conditions without exception are inherent in their common qualifying characteristics. Precisely, the correspondence of a particular life circumstance to such characteristics allows us to say that such a circumstance is precisely the condition that results in the appearance of certain legal consequences. Precisely, the correspondence of a particular life circumstance to such qualifying signs allows participants of civil turnover to qualify such circumstances as a condition, the occurrence of which entails the onset or cessation of civil rights and obligations. A particular life circumstance that does not meet qualifying criteria is not an authentic condition and can not act as a condition of a conditional transaction.

Thus, within the framework of this study, an attempt has been made to identify the qualifying characteristics of the condition and to determine the correspondence of the circumstances, the occurrence of which depends on the actions of one of the parties to the conditional transaction in whole or in part to the qualifying characteristics of the condition.

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