La fraternité en droit civil contemporain

  • Diane Carlyne Wagoue Tongoue

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  • Diane Carlyne Wagoue Tongoue
    Docteure en droit privé, Université de Ngaoundéré (Cameroun)
    Université de Nantes (France) ; chargée de cours

En vertu des règles linguistiques de la revue, l’utilisation de la seule forme masculine vise à alléger le texte et, selon les circonstances, elle désigne aussi bien les femmes que les hommes.

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