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Revista de derecho (Valparaíso)

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PEREZ RAGONE, Álvaro. Priority, Isonomy and Credit Grouping in Civil Execution. Revista de Derecho de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso [online]. 2011, n.37, pp.437-479. ISSN 0718-6851.

¿"Conditio creditoris Pars" or "prior in tempore potior in iure" as principles and framework for concurrent execution creditors in the singular? This article does not focus on a particular positive law, but rather aims to compare the performance of different systems (and criteria) distribution with concurrent civil enforcement of creditors.The reference to both the history of civil procedure as compared models should help to identify the arguments for and against different views. The alternative explanation equality isolated (or contribution), priority and allow grouping founded on the principles of background and emerging models with inner exceptions.Therefore, rather than advocating a particular principle, it is justified where the benefits of a prime priority as combined with other competing rights and the state or common debtor's insolvency.It seems that the recognition of freedom and responsibility (ultimately the game of autonomy) to require executive-protection of a credit does not correspond to equal treatment and artificial-contribution of losses and benefits together with other creditors. The reasons for Justice to choose a model over another are the focus of attention in this research.

Keywords : Priority; Creditors concurrence; Insolvency (personal-corporate).

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