Volume XV: Labour Law | Chapter 4 (2010): Employment Contracts
Completed in 1997 with updates in October 2008.
A. Civil Law Countries
78. General observations. – The contract of employment is destined to last for a certain length of time, even if of brief duration, as in the case of the fixed-term contract. Its effects are thus extinguished, as in all contracts, where the duties are performed within the framework of the mutual obligations and where the…