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The Legal Consequences of Precedent and Conditions Subsequent the Conditions of the Transaction

Student: Vera Metlina

Supervisor: Anna A. Ivanova

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

The creation of the General theory of transactions is the most urgent task in civil law, due to the fact that it is of great practical importance for civil law as a branch of law, academic discipline and science. In this research studies the regulated civil law relations arising from the Commission of conditional transactions, the analysis of civil law rules governing the legal consequences of the suspensive and cancellation of the transaction, judicial practice concerning conditional transactions. The author considers the legal consequences of conditional transactions depending on the resolution of the condition or its violation. When the condition is resolved, the circumstance that caused the transaction to take effect either occurs or disappears. Violation of the condition is a fiction of occurrence or falling of the condition.

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