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Our Contract Exemption System

Author: CaiShuZuo
Tutor: LiWanQiang
School: Xiamen University
Course: Legal
Keywords: Contract Disclaimer Research
CLC: D923.6
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2001
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Abstract


The contracts Disclaimer system is a system of contract law . It is fair and a concrete manifestation of the principle of good faith in contract law . Especially our current contract law strict liability principles of the Contract Select that disclaimer causes outside the law or the contract , the parties as long as it does not fulfill the contract , it should bear the responsibility of the contract , which will undoubtedly be further stressed and aggravated parties contractual obligations , the parties Disclaimer fewer opportunities . In such a case , the the contract exemption system is even more important . Base this article, the basis of contract law provisions on the subject of the contract Disclaimer system, comprehensive introduction to the subject matter of the exemption provided by China 's contract law , including force majeure , Disclaimer , other creditors of the fault and the law Impunity Reasons for the concept of legal features , components and should pay attention to the specific applicable in practice ; analysis discusses the provisions of China 's system of contracts Disclaimer shortcomings and propose appropriate solutions and recommendations . Impunity Reasons To further understand the comparative analysis of other reasons Impunity Reasons . Embodied in two aspects : and specifically discusses various Disclaimer reasons , comparison, analysis of other reasons related to the subject matter . As in the discourse of force majeure , the specific analysis of force majeure and accidents different and to investigate accidents Disclaimer effectiveness and conditions ; two other reasons Impunity Reasons contract legal provisions , such as the termination of the contract before the differences and relations between analysis , and to explore the effectiveness of these grounds Disclaimer their conditions . Through the introduction of , analysis , comparison , and strive to have a newer system of the contract Disclaimer regime in China , a comprehensive , in-depth understanding .

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