The Impact of Form Failure in the Jordanian Civil Law

Tayseer Assaf

Abstract


This paper aims to examine the impact of form failure in the Jordanian Civil Law to achieve this impact the author chose descriptive analysis to the Jordanian Law Pre and after-release of Jordanian Civil law. The study find that the contract of sale of real estate is not considered as a valid contract if it registered out of the Department of Registration.


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Civil Law; Jordan; Contracts; Sale; Official; Registration

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4454

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