[automatically translated] The essay deals with the issue of the distinction of relationships mandatory "obligations of means" and obligations "of result" and aims to test whether this theory has or less dogmatic value. Having established that the distinction does not have, at present, the caliber of European private law category, the author proceeds to the refutation of the theories that insist in awarding relief on the side of the object of the obligation and rules of responsibility for non-performance. The analysis shows that the distinction of relationships mandatory obligations "of means" and obligations "of result" has no dogmatic value, but hides some truth but it is not enough to legitimize it.
|Journal||EUROPA E DIRITTO PRIVATO|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|