Protecting Possession, a Question of Values? A Comparative Inquiry into the Moralization of Possession in Brazil and Canada

@inproceedings{Debruche2014ProtectingPA,
  title={Protecting Possession, a Question of Values? A Comparative Inquiry into the Moralization of Possession in Brazil and Canada},
  author={A. Debruche and G. Tepedino and Pablo Renter{\'i}a},
  year={2014}
}
  • A. Debruche, G. Tepedino, Pablo Rentería
  • Published 2014
  • Political Science
  • This paper focuses on possessory protection of immovables (or real property) in Brazilian civil law and Canadian common law. In both jurisdictions, possession enjoys a specific protection or status, which in turn relates to the rest of property law, particularly the law of acquisitive prescription, in a specific way. But in and by itself, despite these conceptual differences, possessory protection in Canada or Brazil works in an objective fashion: it is not denied to possessors in bad faith as… CONTINUE READING
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