The direct case of law is one of the important means for the creditor to preserve and secure his right over the debtor’s assets. The creditor, according to this case of law, is entitled to sue the debtor of the original debtor, without any representation or agency. The direct case of law is a case decided by special provision of law, and accordingly, the creditor is granted the right of preference over other creditors. And therefore no plea can be pleaded against the creditor by the defendant. The direct case of law has its own special legal nature, therefore many theories have been argued by jurists. The nearest theory to reality is the one that stands on the provision of law.
The direct case of law is one of the systems that has no general theory application. It always needs a provision of law. Therefore the application and the cases of the direct case of law is restricted. The most important applications of this case in Jordanian law are as follow; 1- The provision of Article (73) of the Commercial Code. 2- The provision of Article (15) of the Labour Code. Meanwhile, the other application and cases are arguable cases between the jurists of Jordanian law
AlJubouri, Yassin Mohammed
"The Direct Case of Law in Jordanian civil law,"
Journal Sharia and Law: Vol. 2012:
52, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2012/iss52/4