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Salazar, Joab. Analysis of public policies and laws implemented by the Government of Ecuador between 2009 and 2017 in favor of the social inclusion of people with disabilities through the competence approach of Amartya Sen and the universal citizenship of Martha Nuss. Thesis. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Quito, 2018. Organisation der Vereinten Nationen. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. (2015) Received by: Serrano, Igancio. Heritage protection for people with disabilities. Spain: Iustel, 2015. Buitrago, Adriana, Giraldo, Yaniza and Silva, Alba. « Disability in the Colombian legal system ». Republican Magazine, No.

18, 2015. Bariffi, Francis. 2008-2013: Five years of validity of the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Round table: Full equality before the law, legal capacity and restriction of rights. Geneva: United Nations Publications, 2015. Villarreal, Carla. « Recognition of the legal capacity of persons with intellectual and intellectual disabilities and their incompatibility with the legal effects of the prohibition and the conservatory ». Revista Jurídica de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 2014. Quinn, Gerard., and Degener, Theresia. Application of moral authority. In Human Rights and Disability: Current Use and Future Opportunities. Geneva: United Nations Publications, 2002.

Valencia, Cristina and Bernal, María Elisa. Institutionality and legal framework of disability in Ecuador. ECLAC, 2016 This research analyzes the Ecuadorian legal system with regard to the consumer rights of persons with intellectual disabilities in accordance with the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, for which a bibliographic review of related laws is carried out, in addition to an analysis of a real case in Ecuador and a comparison with the law of other countries. In this way, it was found that there are certain gaps that threaten the rights of people with intellectual disabilities, such as the limitation of medical conception to the definition of disability, as well as the new conception of legal capacity and the existence of terms related to people with mental disabilities that are discriminatory and pejorative in the Civil Code, which has led to: That various officials and operators of the judiciary do not have clear guidelines regarding the will and autonomy of these people to be able to represent themselves. Sailor, Carlos. The integration of the mentally handicapped within the framework of private law. In The Legal and Patrimonial Integration of Persons with Intellectual or Intellectual Disabilities. Madrid: Editorial Universitaria Ramón Areces, 2012. Brogna, Patricia. (2012). Ecuador. In Visions and Reviews of Disability Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2012.

Bariffi, Francis. The invalidity regime of the Argentine Civil Code in the light of the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Ibero-American Network of Experts on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, 2014. Rositto, Sebastian. « State of Argentine Higher Education three years after ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities ». Ibero-American Network of Experts on the Convention, 2014. Galarza, Miranda. « Intellectual Disability: Demand for Critical Cultural and Social Analysis in Ecuador ». Soziologische Zeitschrift für Kritische Denken, 2009. Schalock, Robert. « The new definition of intellectual disability, individual support and personal outcomes. » Spanish Journal of Intellectual Disability, 2014.

The dismantling of legal capacity is called legal incapacity, with two forms of it, the legal and the natural. Incapacity is not really a form of legal incapacity, but a set of restrictions on the actions that some people can take with respect to certain people and certain property, for example, a judge cannot buy the goods that are part of the processes in which he or she intervened. Natural disability is the product of a physical condition as enumerated by local civil laws and the Federal Civil Code in article 450: minority, decrease in intellectual capacity, frequent consumption of alcohol or drugs, persistent illness, loss of the ability to decide or govern oneself or to express one`s will. Legal capacity is divided into that of enjoyment and circulation. The first concerns the acquisition of rights and obligations, while the second concerns the exercise of rights and the performance of obligations. As we have already said, capacity is acquired at birth, however, only the capacity to enjoy, to exercise until the age of majority or, exceptionally, is acquired by emancipated minors who can freely manage their property, but they cannot sell, give or otherwise acquire the property of the property if this is not done by the approval of a family or civil judge (as the case may be). Perez, Luis. and Andreu, Alberto. Inclusion, disability and employment. Some keys through 7 life stories case Ecuador. Madrid: Cinta, 2014.

Ruiz, Emilio. « Evaluation of intellectual performance in people with Down syndrome ». Spanish Journal of Research and Information on Down Syndrome, 2001. Barranco, María del Carmen., Cuenca, Patricia and Ramiro, Miguel. Legal capacity and disability: Article 12 of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Alcalá: Anuario Facultad de Derecho – Universidad de Alcalá, 2012. Espinosa, Carlos; Gómez, Víctor, and Cañedo, Carlos. « Access and Retention in Higher Education for Students with Disabilities in Ecuador ».

5, No. 3, 2012. Botero, Paula. « Disability and Adaptation Styles: A Theoretical Review ». Revista Vanguardia Psicológica Clínica Teórica y Práctica, vol. 3, no 2, 2013. Legal capacity is one of the attributes of personality, although federal and local legislation in Mexico does not define it, according to doctrine we can understand it as: the ability of a person to have rights and duties and to exercise them. World Health Organization. World Report on Disability.

Geneva, (2011). In this work, there is a critical evaluation of art. 529 of the Cootad (Organic Code of Territorial Organization, Autonomy and Decentralization), which stipulates that the alcabala tax paid as a result of the transfer of ownership of a property must be paid in the event of reform, nullity, dissolution or. Ospina, William. General theory of contracts and legal affairs. Bogotá: Temis, 2015. Goetschel, Jorge. « A historical look at the Vice Presidency and its new challenges. » The Outsider, 2013. DSpace`s articles are protected by copyright, all rights reserved, unless otherwise stated. This article analyses the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on contract law, in particular objective non-compliance and contractual remedies related to exceptionality.

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