Joint And Solidarity Obligation In The Jordanian Legislation

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  • Aseel Mahmoud Al-Rashdan

Abstract

This study aimed to shed light on the multilateral obligation that makes debtors solidarity or jointly liable among themselves to fulfill the debt towards the creditor. The analytical descriptive approach was used, and the results showed that solidarity is not assumed and does not occur except by a provision in the law or by agreement. Moreover, the results showed that solidarity arises to fill the void in cases where there are many people responsible for one debt for different reasons. Therefore, solidarity becomes a solution imposed by the legislator when there are many links and sources between the debtors and the debt. Despite the absence of this term from civil law, the judicial and legislative entity allows its application and it will remain one of the most prominent legal topics full of theoretical problems.

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2024-02-17

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Al-Rashdan, A. M. . (2024). Joint And Solidarity Obligation In The Jordanian Legislation. Migration Letters, 21(S6), 763–774. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/7994

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