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History and foundations of the extension of effects of final judicial sentences as autonomous procedural figure

Estudios de Deusto. 2019;67(2):235-261 DOI 10.18543/ed-67(2)-2019pp235-261


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Journal Title: Estudios de Deusto

ISSN: 0423-4847 (Print); 2386-9062 (Online)

Publisher: Universidad de Deusto

Society/Institution: Universidad de Deusto, Facultad de Derecho

LCC Subject Category: Law: Law in general. Comparative and uniform law. Jurisprudence: Comparative law. International uniform law

Country of publisher: Spain

Language of fulltext: Spanish, English

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María Luisa Domínguez Barragán (Universidad de Córdoba)


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Time From Submission to Publication: 12 weeks


Abstract | Full Text

<p>This paper addresses the historical aspects of the introduction of the extension of effects of final judgments in the national legal order and the impact this figure has had on the contentious-administrative field from a procedural perspective. Likewise, both substantive and formal foundations are expounded, bringing this tool closer, (which is quite unknown) to legal operators. Issues such as the right to effective judicial protection, the execution of judgments or the extension of res judicata are subject to review when such an instrument comes into play. But, Is it really so effective as to justify its difficult fit into the legal system? Hence the importance of knowing its history and establishing its foundations.</p><p class="p1"><span class="s1"><strong>Received:</strong> </span><span class="s2">23.07.2019<br /></span><span class="s1"><strong>Accepted: </strong></span><span class="s2">16.12.2019<br /></span><span class="s1"><strong>Published online: </strong></span><span class="s2">31.12.2019</span></p>