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A look at the theory of nonexistence of contract on the law of Iran and France
Faṣlnāmah-i Pizhūhish-i Huqūq-i Khuṣūṣī
The idea of non-existence of a contract has been considered along with the types of void contracts, called absolute and relative void. In recent decades, Iranian-French legal doctrines have been trying to abandon this theory and to theorize only on the basis of two parts of absolute and relative. Nevertheless, since the past decades, French judicial practice has been referring to this theory with no hesitation. Since the foundation, content and regulation of this type of invalidity aredoi:10.22054/jplr.2018.23627.1614 doaj:944dd8172a434a119d2e7b465d7871fa fatcat:b6x73flskzd7fm5ag2yoemwyxa