Legal Impossibility

43 that deals with the absolute incapacity. They are absolutely incapable: The minors of 16 years, safe for those determining acts by the law. Between the 18 years in which it acquires total ability to act (Art. 42) and the 16 years, the individual has a relative incapacity (Inc. Art. 44. 1); but below the 16 years the incapacity of the subject is absolute. Nevertheless, in some cases the law has granted that the minors of 16 years can realise some legal transactions.

Thus: – According to 467 Art. the able minor of discernment can be authorized by his parents to dedicate itself to a work, occupation, industry or office. – In agreement with 458 Art. the able minor of discernment responds of the damages and damages caused by his illicit acts. – Art. 530 authorizes to the minor who has turned 14 years to resort before the judge against the acts of the tutor.

– It has Art. 557 the code that the minor who has fulfilled 14 years later can ask the judge the removal of the tutor. – According to 455 Art. the able minor of discernment can accept donations, legacies, voluntary inheritances, whenever they are pure and simple, without intervention of his parents. – He establishes the Art. 641, that the subject to greater trusteeship of 14 years can attend the meetings of the family advice, with voice but without vote. c). – The Physical or Legal Impossibility of the Object or its Indeterminabilidad the act physically has a possible object, when he is feasible, it is legally possible when the object is according to the judicial norm and is determinable when he is susceptible of identification, if the object is impossible or illicit or it cannot be identified, the act legal he will be null. The physical impossibility of the object supposes the impossibility of the existence of the legal relation; his accomplishment nonfeasibility, like when it is tried established with a person already passed away.

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