The person gaining full legal competence may personally contract by himself, by excluding the representation, the approval and the authorization of any civil juridical document of conservation, administration, stipulation.
Juridical Documents that May Be Contracted by Different Classes of Natural Persons that Are Distinguished in Relation to the Legal Competence
Placing the natural person in different classes depending on the legal competence presents juridical significance from point of view of juridical documents categories that can be validly contracted in certain conditions by these classes of persons.
Contracting the Juridical Documents Regarding the Persons Missing their Legal Competence
Natural persons missing their legal competence cannot personally contract by themselves civil juridical documents, even if, by being civil law subjects, they have used capacity, a fact that potentially offers them the aptitude to gain rights and to assume obligations, in any way, including by contracting juridical documents.
According to the provisions of article 43, paragraph 2 of the Civil Code, it results the rule according to which the juridical documents for the persons with no legal competence is contracted on their behalf by their legal representatives, in the conditions stipulated by law.
Contracting Juridical Documents by Persons Having a Restrained Legal Competence
In the specialized literature (3) it is appreciated that the term of "restrained legal competence" does not denote the quantitative feature of capacity, but it represents a qualitative difference from the lack of the legal competence that is materialized in the rule according to which the minor could personally contract all the juridical documents, but for the validity it is needed the approval or the authorization of his legal protectors.
As such, the minor aged between 14 and 18 years old is not represented anymore when contracting the civil juridical documents, like during the time of lacking legal competence, but he is only assisted by his legal protector that leads him to the guidance necessary during this transition time.
In their quality of legal entities of public law and holders of the property right on the goods that compose this domain, the state and the units of the territorial administration can acquire the necessary goods through certain juridical documents
of civil law, such as: the contract of sale, contract of exchange, donations and legacies or through civil juridical actions: accession, merging.