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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.2.2014.tde-10122014-162516
Document
Author
Full name
Alexandre Buono Schulz
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2014
Supervisor
Committee
Basso, Maristela (President)
Braghetta, Adriana
Cretella Neto, José
Magalhaes, Jose Carlos de
Rodrigues Junior, Otavio Luiz
Title in Portuguese
A boa-fé nos contratos comerciais internacionais
Keywords in Portuguese
Comércio internacional
Contrato comercial
Direito comercial internacional
Direito internacional
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho versa sobre a boa-fé na nova lex mercatoria, sob a premissa de sua utilidade como princípio geral para seu ordenamento jurídico. A boa-fé, objetiva e aplicável desde as tratativas até a fase pós-contratual, deve ser entendida como meio de reforço da autonomia da vontade e do pacta sunt servanda, assegurando a consecução da finalidade e do espírito (princípio da materialidade) do contrato, a partir da expectativa legítima ou razoável das partes e do respeito à alocação de riscos ajustadas pelas partes na celebração do contrato. A compreensão da boa-fé deve ser construída a partir da identificação de suas três funções (interpretação, integração e, em caráter excepcionalíssimo) e da criação e implementação dos deveres acessórios.
Title in English
Good-faith in international comercial contracts
Keywords in English
Good-faith
International contracts
International law
International trade
Lex mercatoria
Principles
Abstract in English
The thesis debates good faith in the new lex mercatoria, based on its utility as a general principle for such legal system. The good faith, objectively understood and applicable during the whole contractual cyclem, from negotiation to post-contractual phase, shall be construed as a means of securing the sanctity of contracts, thus ensuring the achievement of the purpose and spirit (principle of materiality) of the contract, from the perspective of the legitimate or reasonable expectation of the parties and protection of the allocation of risks set forth by the parties when entering into the contract. The understanding of good faith has to be stem from the identification of its three functions (interpretation, integration, and, only in most exceptional cases, correction) and the creation and implementation of accessory duties.
 
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2016-12-09
Publishing Date
2014-12-12
 
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