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Original name: 2013.évi V.törvény A Polgári Törvénykönyvrő
Name: Act V/2013 promulgating the Civil Code.
Country: Hungary
Subject(s): Civil, commercial and family law
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2013-02-11
Entry into force:
Published on: Magyar Közlöny, 2013-02-26, vol. 31, pp. 2382-2663
ISN: HUN-2013-L-96512
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=96512&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Magyar Közlöny, 2013-02-26, vol. 31, pp. 2382-2663
Magyar Közlöny - Official Gazette Magyar Közlöny - Official Gazette Budapest, Hungary PDF PDF PDF - English PDF - English (DOC.NORMES) (consulted on 2014-08-10)
Abstract/Citation: Book I. Introductory provisions.
Book II. People as a legal entity.
Part I. Legal capacity
Part II. Acting capacity
Part II. Private law.
Part IV. Copyright and industrial property rights.
Book III. Legal entity
Part I. General rules of the legal entity
Part II. Association
Part III. Business organizations
Part IV. Cooperatives
Part V. Association
Part VI. Foundation
Part VII. Civil right public organizations.
Book IV. Family law
Part I. Principles
Part II. Marriage
Part III. Legal implications of familiar relations
Part IV. Relatives
Part V. Guardianship
Book V. Property law.
Part I. Land
Part II. Right of ownership
Part III. Limited ownership rights
Part IV. The property register.
Book VI. Contract Law.
Part I. General rules for obligations
Part II. General contract rules
Part III. Other agreement rules
Part IV. Liability for damages
Part V. The Securities
Part VI. Other agreement related regulations.
Book VII. Succession Law.
Part I. General rules
Part II. Dispositions based on inheritance
Part III. Legal succession
Part IV. Obligation
Part V. The effects of inheritance.
Book VIII. Final provisions.
Part I. Definitions
Part II. Entry into force and transitional provisions
Part III. Compliance with the EU Law.

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