Taxonomy of climate law: the experience of Russia and African countries



The review considers the problems of implementing regulatory and individual limitations of the authonomy of will of subjects of civil law. It notes that the exceptions to the freedom of will have effect at each stage of the execution of civil-law relations: within pre-contractual relations – a duty to negotiate in accordance with good faith; within conclusion of a contract – respect for the others' preemptive rights; within performance of contract – court's legal powers to interfere by applying the enforcement measures. It concludes that the authonomy of will should continue in force outside such the limitations and be restored in the event of abolition of them


authonomy of will; freedom of contract; right of first refusal; good faith negotiations duty; enforcement of specific performance

DOI: DOI: 10.31249/iajpravo/2024.02.16

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