THE PRINCIPLE OF REASONING OF JUDICIAL ORDERS AND ITS ENFORCEABILITY TO THE LABOR COURT SYSTEM

Luiz Eduardo Gunther / Marco Antônio César Villatore

Abstract / Resumo

EN

The importance of the requirement of reasoning of judicial orders is such that the Federal Constitution of 1988 established that all trials of the Judicial Branch had to be public and all judicial orders had to be reasoned, under penalty of nullity. Must this court order be applied to the Labor Court System, taking into account the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure which specified when a judicial order is not considered reasoned?
Key Words: judicial orders – the Labor Court System – the principle of reasoning.

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