rebus sic stantibus

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Rebus Sic Stantibus

[Latin, At this point of affairs; in these circumstances.] A tacit condition attached to all treaties to the effect that they will no longer be binding as soon as the state of facts and conditions upon which they were based changes to a substantial degree.

rebus sic stantibus

‘in these circumstance’, in public international law the doctrine that considers a treaty as being no longer obligatory if there is a material change in circumstances.
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The most promising basis for an expulsion right under the Vienna Convention lies in the so-called clausula rebus sic stantibus, (162) According to this principle, codified in Article 62 of the Convention, a fundamental change in the circumstances underlying a treaty may sometimes justify the suspension or termination of the treaty.
"The Doctrines of Impossibility of Performance and Clausula Rebus Sic Stantibus in the 1980 Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and the Principles of European Contact Law -- A Comparative Analysis", 2001, disponible en [http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/ cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1170&context=intlaw&sei -redir=1#search=""Rebus+Sic+Stantibus""].
Le texte de Cicero constitue l'un des points de depart de la doctrine de la clausula rebus sic stantibus. Celle-ci prevoit que tout contrat conclu est sujet a une condition tacite selon laquelle les circonstances fondamentales, a base desquelles le contrat a ete conclu, n'auront pas change.
Durante la formacion del contrato se habla de un equilibrio inicial u originario, que se rompe a causa de los problemas de la lesion enorme y del aprovechamiento de los estados de debilidad; durante la ejecucion del contrato se habla de equilibrio funcional, que se rompe a causa de una problematica de base, se podria hablar en general de problemas derivados de la fuerza mayor y de la interpretacion de la llamada clausula rebus sic stantibus, esto es, el problema de la compatibilidad o proporcionalidad entre eventos y cumplimiento, entre contrato y realidad.