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Revista de Derecho Privado

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PERAZO NUNES DE CARVALHO, Alexander  e  MARTINS CARMO, Gabriela. The Boundaries of Legal Proceedings in the Brazilian Family Law Actions. Rev. Derecho Privado [online]. 2019, n.36, pp.301-318. ISSN 0123-4366.

The Brazilian Code of Civil Procedure of 2015 brought several innovations in its core, among them the procedural legal business. This institute aims to enable the parties to have more procedural freedom and autonomy, making the process more consistent with their individualities. In the present research, we seek to explain a little more since the institute and to analyze whether or not it can (and if so, to what extent) be used in family actions. In order to do so, the present research was divided in three topics besides the initial and final considerations, in which the first one is to study this new institute in itself, in the second to analyze the private autonomy in the family right, and in the third to evaluate if the businesses procedural rights fit into family actions. It is worth noting that the research methodology is eminently bibliographical. From the research, it was concluded that yes, it is the use of procedural legal transactions in family actions based on the latter's private autonomy.

Palavras-chave : Procedural Legal Affairs; Private Autonomy; Family Right; Family Actions; Procedural Limits.

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