Article 12. Reasonableness
Reasonableness, provided by a legal provision or a juridical act, is to be objectively ascertained, having regard to the nature and purpose of what is being done, to the circumstances of the case and to any relevant usages and practices.
Author: Octavian Cazac
Published: 15 July 2020
Origin of the rule: Art. I. – 1:104 DCFR