Ar įkeitimo teisės akcesoriškumas – dogma?
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The Lithuanian hypotheque law is accessory, though it is possible to discern a different function of the principle of ac-cessoriness: different types of the dependence of the accessory obligation from the principal obligation, bearer hypotheque/ pledge, maximum hypotheque / pledge, hypotheque / pledgeof the third party's assets. The mortgage right may appear in absence of a concrete obligation that needs to be secured, though the further fate of this right depends on the fate of the concrete obligation, the mortgagor's right expires with the , termination of the principal obligation. In the context of contract law, accessory obligation may not expire where the parties agree on the conditions for the preservation of this right, though the parties to the mortgage relationship do not use this right. Mortgage transactions do not provide for the specifics of the mortgagor's - a third person's - liability and often his obligation, upon the application of the principle of accessoriness, depends on the fate of the contractual obligation, a party of which he is. [...]
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