Mandatory law

Mandatory legal norms are those which are beyond the will of the parties and therefore cannot be changed by them. A distinction is made between the absolutely mandatory legal norms (these may not be changed at all) and the relatively mandatory legal norms, which may only be changed in favour of a certain party (usually the socially weaker party).

Term-Nr.: 556

German: Zwingendes Recht (883)

Source: LK-Lötscher, 11.05.2020

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