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Author Stasi, Alessandro.

Title General Principles of Thai Private Law / Alessandro Stasi.

Published [Place of publication not identified] : Springer Science and Business Media : Springer, 2016.

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Contents Preface; Contents; About the Author; 1 General Rules of Thai Private Law; 1.1 Introduction; 1.1.1 Private Law, Civil Law, and Commercial Law; 1.1.2 History and Function of Thai Private Law; 1.1.3 Arrangement of the Civil and Commercial Code; 1.1.4 General Characteristics of the Civil and Commercial Code; 1.1.5 Methods of Interpretation; 1.2 Persons; 1.2.1 General Rules; 1.2.2 Legal Position of Natural Persons; 1.2.3 Composition of Personality; 1.2.4 Legal Capacity; 1.2.5 Characteristics of Juristic Persons; 1.2.6 Particular Classes of Juristic Persons; 1.2.7 Juristic Persons' Capacity to Act.
1.3 Things1.3.1 Definition; 1.3.2 Classification of Things; 1.3.3 Things, Components Parts, and Accessories; 1.3.4 Natural and Legal Fruits; 1.3.5 Money and Negotiable Instruments; 1.4 Rights; 1.4.1 Classification; 1.4.2 Right to Name; 1.4.3 Right to Trade Symbols; 1.4.4 Rights Relating to Intangible Objects; 1.4.5 Adjective Rights; 1.5 Juristic Acts; 1.5.1 The Concepts of Legal Facts and Legal Acts; 1.5.2 Capacity of Juristic Acts; 1.5.3 Declaration of Intention; 1.5.4 Discrepancy Between Real and Apparent Intention; 1.5.5 Vices of Consent; 1.5.6 Object of Juristic Acts.
1.5.7 Form Juristic Acts1.5.8 Incidental Elements of Juristic Acts; 1.5.9 Ineffective Juristic Acts and Their Consequences; 1.6 Agency; 1.6.1 Definition of the Term; 1.6.2 Modes of Establishing Agency; 1.6.3 Effect of Absence of Authority; 1.6.4 Operation of Powers of Agency; 1.6.5 Termination of Agency; 1.6.6 Assent of Third Parties; 1.7 Prescription; 1.7.1 The Historical Development of Prescription; 1.7.2 Effects of Prescription; 1.7.3 Rules as to Period of Prescription; 1.7.4 Interruption and Suspension of Prescription; References; 2 The Law of Obligations.
2.1 The General Statement of Obligations2.1.1 The Concept and Meaning of Obligations; 2.1.2 Classification of Obligations; 2.1.3 Formation of Obligations; 2.1.4 Obligations Created Otherwise Than by Juristic Act; 2.2 Circumstances Affecting Liability; 2.2.1 Absolute Liability and Liability for Default; 2.2.2 Contributory Default of Plaintiff; 2.2.3 Liability for the Default of Others; 2.2.4 Types of Delay (Mora); 2.2.5 Joint Liabilities; 2.2.6 Joint Rights; 2.3 Performance of Obligations; 2.3.1 Mode of Performance; 2.3.2 Acceptance of Performance; 2.3.3 Impossibility of Performance.
2.3.4 Performance of Reciprocal Agreements2.4 Termination of Obligations; 2.4.1 Performance in Lieu of Promised Performance; 2.4.2 Release; 2.4.3 Deposit; 2.4.4 Set-off; 2.4.5 Merger; 2.4.6 Novation; 2.4.7 Rescission; 2.5 Remedial Obligatory Rights; 2.5.1 Right to Performance of Restitution in Kind; 2.5.2 Right to Pecuniary Damages; 2.5.3 Right of Subrogation; 2.5.4 Penalties; 2.5.5 Earnest Money; 2.5.6 Right of Retention; 2.6 Obligations Arising from Unlawful Acts; 2.6.1 Introductory Statement; 2.6.2 General Rules as to Unlawful Acts; 2.6.3 Capacity to Commit Unlawful Acts.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This book offers a general framework for understanding the main concepts, rules, and institutions of the Thai legal system. It details the history of the civil and commercial code and provides readers with valuable information about the main principles that regulate relations between private individuals. Written in a clear and easy-to-understand style, it first presents the general principles of law and then addresses more specific aspects. It not only defines private law, but also explores how it works, and why it works the way it does. Topics covered include general rules of law, the law of obligations and contracts, the management of affairs without mandate and unjustified benefits, the law of property, family law and the law of inheritance.-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Civil law -- Thailand.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9811021910 (electronic bk.)
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