FONCTIONS ET LIMITES DU DROIT DES OBLIGATIONS DANS L’OEUVRE DU JUGE LOUIS LEBEL

  • Benoît Moore
  • Gabriel-Arnaud Berthold
Keywords: Supreme Court, Louis LeBel, Justice LeBel, Seminar in tribute to the Hon. Louis LeBel, Supreme Court of Canada, Function of the general law of obligations, Limits of the general law of obligations, General contract law, Special contract rights

Abstract

Stemming from a given sociopolitical context, the functions and limits of the general law of obligations and its general theory are hard to grasp in an absolute sense. Just barely translatable, because they are necessarily chiselled to fit fluctuating and plural political concepts, they do reveal themselves when studied in a more favourable light: that of the discourse of those who create, define and live in this context. Without purporting to combine the exhaustiveness and finesse generally required to analyze a discourse as rich and incisive as that of Justice LeBel, the authors nevertheless provide a general survey, in an attempt to outline his conception of the functions and limits of the general law of obligations.

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Published
2017-06-01
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