Elements Which Exist Between Different Claims

Main claim would be for example, delivery of a vehicle for buying and most of the price paid, and if rejecting the delivery of the vehicle, the claim would be subordinate, that he return the money paid on account of purchase. If rejecting the delivery of the vehicle, the judge has to rule obligatorily on the return of money paid on account of the purchase price, as it can not keep the money it was delivered.

Accumulation of alternative claims. In this case, the plaintiff, in its application proposes two claims, so that the defendant has the right to choose which of the claims must meet, if the defendant does not exercise the power to choose to meet the claim, the plaintiff is who chooses, in the execution of the sentence.

For example, it would be accumulation of claims Alternatively, the request for the termination of a contract of sale, for not having paid more than 50% of the value of the property or alternatively to pay the balance due. Although it claims to the contrary, are alternately raised and the judge, can cover both claims and execution of sentence, there would be empowered to choose which of the claims must be met by the defendant. Accumulation of ancillary claims. The applicant proposes a number of claims, noting that one of them has the quality of primary and other claims are dependent on the proposal as principal, and therefore are named accessory. The Code allows the backlog of cases, where there is connectedness, which doctrine is also known by the name of inappropriate connection, ie for elements must exist between different claims, and this not the connection itself between claims arising out of the same title or cause.