The Consequences of the Covid-19 Pandemia on the Performance of Contracts: Short Comparison between China, French and Romanian Civil Law
Keywords:civil law; force majeure; unpredictable performance of the contract; civil liability; COVID-19; Chinese Civil Law; French Civil Law and Romanian Civil Law
The purpose of this article is to present the way in which the COVID-19 pandemic influences the
execution of civil contracts and which is the legal framework that regulates this exceptional situation. The study
wants a comparative analysis between Chinese Civil Law, French Civil Law and Romanian Civil Law all from
the point of view of the applicable norms and the jurisprudence.
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