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Quelques réflexions sur la proportionnalité en droit mauricien des contrats

Abstract : Proportionality designates an adequate relationship between two elements of comparison and there is disproportion each time when this relationship becomes inadequate. Disproportion can take two different forms, namely quantitative disproportion, on the one hand, and qualitative disproportion, on the other. The first one shows an economic imbalance between the elements of comparison, while the second one reveals an unsatisfactory quality of the relationship between the elements of comparison. It is clear that under Mauritian law the principle of proportionality applies to the contract. However, the proportionality thus defined includes only situations where the elements of comparison are pre-established with certainty. In this article, two types of disproportion mentioned above are analyzed, as well as sanctions which are the technical tool to combat the disproportion of contract.
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Goran Georgijevic. Quelques réflexions sur la proportionnalité en droit mauricien des contrats. Revue juridique de l'Océan Indien, Association « Droit dans l’Océan Indien » (LexOI), 2020, pp.131-159. ⟨hal-02767085⟩



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