The problem of interest in transactions of capable persons who did not understand the nature of their actions or could not direct them
(44-46)

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Zankovskiy Sergey Sergeevich Dr of law, Professor. Position: chief scientific officer, acting head of Department. Place of employment: Institute of state and law of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Department: sector of business and corporate law. Moturenko Sergey Mikhailovich PhD at law. Position: researcher. Place of employment: Institute of state and law of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Department: sector of business and corporate law.
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Annotation:
The article analyzes the criteria to be met by the interest of persons who, not being parties to the disputed transaction under article 177 of the civil code, have the right to claim its invalidity. The lawfulness of the claim of the plaintiff challenging the defendant's transaction to issue a power of attorney to the judicial representative is considered. It is concluded that the transaction itself does not affect the substantive interest of the plaintiff and does not introduce an element of uncertainty in its legal position. Therefore, such a plaintiff is not appropriate in relation to this requirement.
How to Cite:
Zankovskiy S.S., Moturenko S.M., (2018), THE PROBLEM OF INTEREST IN TRANSACTIONS OF CAPABLE PERSONS WHO DID NOT UNDERSTAND THE NATURE OF THEIR ACTIONS OR COULD NOT DIRECT THEM. Gaps in Russian legislation, 5: 44-46.
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Keywords:
the deal, the plaintiff, capacity, action, interest, criterion, the invalidity, representative, the power of attorney, object, the court, right, the decision, losses.