THE DEFENSE OF TRANSIN DIVIDUAL INTE RESTS : BRAZIL AND IBERO-AMERICA
This article deals with the background, applicability and requirements of collective actions in the defense of transindividual rights and interests, both diffuse and collective, homogenous individual rights, as well as citizen’s actions in the context of the Brazilian legal system. It also broaches the impact of the regime of res judicata on such actions, and offers a brief comparative analysis of the protection of transindividual interests in Ibero-America.
About the AuthorA. P. Grinover
Ada Pellegrini Grinover (Sao Paulo, Brazil) – Professor at the University of Sao Paulo, Honorary President of the Brazilian Institute of Procedural Law (Instituto Brasileiro de Direito Processual (IBDP)), Doctor honoris causa in Milan University (Italy)
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For citation: Grinover A.P. THE DEFENSE OF TRANSIN DIVIDUAL INTE RESTS : BRAZIL AND IBERO-AMERICA. BRICS Law Journal. 2014;1(1):44-57. https://doi.org/10.21684/2412-2343-2014-1-1-44-57
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