Monday, July 29, 2013
Valeriu Stoica (Independent) has recently published an article entitled, Special Purpose Patrimony - Continuity and Reform, Romanian Review of Private Law No. 2/1013 (July 3, 2013). Provided below is the abstract from SSRN:
The phrase of “the special-purpose patrimony” is found both in the marginal title and in the content of article 31 of the Romanian Civil Code. Which is the significance of this phrase from the perspective of those various theories regarding the notion of patrimony? Is this phrase the sign of a reform or the proof for the continuation of a certain vision about the notion of patrimony? In order to answer these questions it is useful to recall first of all, briefly, the main theories regarding the patrimony (I), so that subsequently we should examine the relevant texts about the patrimony in the Romanian Civil Code (II), and finally appreciate to what extent the crucial elements of the conception.