lançar um poder de facto sobre

French translation: s'arroger un nouveau pouvoir de fait

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Portuguese term or phrase:lançar um poder de facto sobre
French translation:s'arroger un nouveau pouvoir de fait
Entered by: Teresa Borges

12:33 Dec 4, 2018
Portuguese to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Portuguese term or phrase: lançar um poder de facto sobre
Danz « O crime de furto analisa-se na prática de actos através dos quais o agente procede à "eliminação do domínio de facto que outrem detinha sobre a coisa (...) [e] lança sobre [ela] um novo poder de facto" (José de Faria Costa, in "Comentário Conimbricense do Código Penal", Tomo II, Coimbra, 1999, pág. 43), denunciando, por essa via, "uma vontade intencional (...) de se comportar, relativamente a coisa móvel, que sabe não ser sua, coma sen proprietário, querendo, assim, integrá-la na sua esfera patrimonial" (José de Faria Costa, ob. cit., pág. 33). »

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