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An Analysis of the Essence and Elements of Intention realization

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DOI: 10.23977/law.2024.030214 | Downloads: 9 | Views: 173

Author(s)

Zhuoneng Li 1

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1 Law Department, Guilin University of Electronic Science and Technology, Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, 541000, China

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Zhuoneng Li

ABSTRACT

The proviso to Article 480 and the second paragraph of Article 484 of the Chinese Civil Code stipulate that contracts can be established between the parties based on intention realization. The essence of meaning realization is the absence of a relative person's declaration of intention, which differs from usual commitments in whether notification is required. In terms of constituent elements, the establishment of a contract based on the realization of intention does not require the so-called intention of commitment. When the parties have no intention of commitment, they should follow the rules of incorrect expression of intention or retention of true intention. In addition, whether the offeree has an undeniable act of acceptance should be judged from the perspective of an objective third party.

KEYWORDS

Declaration of intention; Intention realization; Promise facts

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Zhuoneng Li, An Analysis of the Essence and Elements of Intention realization. Science of Law Journal (2024) Vol. 3: 97-101. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/DOI: 10.23977/law.2024.030214.

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