domingo, junho 01, 2014

Contemporary Legal Theory in Brazilian Civil Law

Lucas Abreu Barroso

Juruá Editora
(No prelo)


Chapter One - The new Brazilian civil code at the historical moment of its publication

Chapter Two - Contract theory in the constitutional paradigm

Chapter Three - The concept and functions of contract

Chapter Four - The environmental function of contracts

Chapter Five - New frontiers of the obligation to indemnify and of the determination of civil liability

Chapter Six - Private property, social justice and substantive citizenship

Chapter Seven - A demonstration of the social function of property as a presupposition for the grant of injunctive relief in possessory actions

Chapter Eight - Family law and the crisis of autonomy of law on the cultural and human horizon of post-modern era

Chapter Nine - Demythifying family relationships in the new civil law