Representatividad Adecuada en Argentina

Jurisprudencia de la Corte Suprema Federal, Proyectos en Trámite ante el Congreso y el Anteproyecto de Código Civil

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  • Francisco Verbic National University of La Plata

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Class Actions, Adequacy of Representation, Latin America, Argentine Civil Code, Collective Standing to Sue in Argentina

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In the paper I describe how adequacy of representation has recently arrived to Argentina’s legal system in the field of representative litigation. First of all, in the Federal Supreme Court’s case law. Then, in some bills which are nowadays pending before Congress. Lastly, in the Preliminary Draft of a new Civil Code recently announced by the President and the Chief Justice of the Federal Supreme Court. I take a critical approach towards the issue, particularly because of the little attention paid to such a relevant aspect of representative proceedings.

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Francisco Verbic, National University of La Plata

Professor of Civil Procedure (National University of La Plata). LL.M. in International Legal Studies (New York University School of Law, 2011). Ordinary Member of the International Association of Procedural Law. Pro-Secretary of the Argentine Association of Procedural Law and Member of its Youth Commission. Lawyer (National University of La Plata, 2001).

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2012-12-08

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VERBIC, F. Representatividad Adecuada en Argentina: Jurisprudencia de la Corte Suprema Federal, Proyectos en Trámite ante el Congreso y el Anteproyecto de Código Civil. Civil Procedure Review, [S. l.], v. 3, n. 3, p. 47–58, 2012. Disponível em: https://civilprocedurereview.com/revista/article/view/35. Acesso em: 27 fev. 2024.

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