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DETERMINING THE ABSOLUTE NULLITY OF SUCCESSIVE EXECUTION CONTRACTS CONCLUDED UNDER THE OLD CIVIL CODE IN REGARD TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW CIVIL CODE

Cristina DINU

Absolute nullity is regulated by the provisions of article 1247 of the Civil Code  as that legal sanction which applies to the contract “concluded with the violation of a legal provision which protects a general interest”. Article 1247 represents the legal background of absolute nullity, regulating general aspects of this institution, the people who can invoke absolute nullity, the ways by which it can be invoked and the interdiction of confirming contracts which are null. The current article aims to analyze in situation in which a legal provision regulated as a special norm of law states the sanction of absolute nullity in regard to successive execution civil contracts, concluded under the current Civil Code, but fully executed at the time the absolute nullity is analyzed.

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