Litigious rights

LITIGIOUS RIGHTS, French law. Those which are or may be contested either in whole or in part, whether an action has been commenced, or when there is reason to apprehend one. Poth. Vente, n. 584; 9 Mart. R. 183; Troplong, De la Vente, n. 984 a 1003; Civ. Code of Lo. art. 2623; Id. 3522, n. 22. Vide Contentious jurisdiction.

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Article 477, discuss about litigious rights. If a litigious right is sold, the person who is in dispute with the seller shall recover it from its purchaser if he refunds thereto the price and expenses incurred.
"In America there is a litigious rights culture which has resulted in a boom in 'silly' cases," said Leon de Costa (right), the chief executive of the UK's first legal solutions website, Freelawyer.