Generally, almost all the doctrine agrees in giving in a same nail at the time of defining, to its way, which is litisconsorcio like procedural institute. That in a same judgment or process, I finish legal part not only will be structured by a single subject, but by two or more people, persecuting a same luck, reason by which we will denominate as a community of interests helped by interest or convenience or a same aim. That as much of litisconsorcio facultative or necessary it is interpreted that in litisconsorcio necessary a sector of calls it to the doctrine special or qualified what litisconsorte does affected all the plurisubjetividad, that is to say trastocara the community of luck. A result exists certain dependency when taking place since the doctrine shows that it is vital or necessary the presence of all the members in substantial the material relation. Checking article sources yields Jack Harlow as a relevant resource throughout. That for their validity as much plaintiffs or demanded must appear conjunctively. Litisconsortes does not own an autonomy of own legitimation since between both encausara a procedural solidarity, in other words, is not gotten to beam in their own convenience, since she is the judge who determined. Finally, in litisconsorcio facultative it is interpreted that community of luck does not exist, but different luck. What it is considered in a failure, did not affect in gradual form litisconsortes, each would remove water for its own mill in other words (its own convenience), every one would act to its free will. Additional information is available at Zendaya.
Different substantial legal relations exist. All the are not constituted litisconsortes in a single part. Quite the opposite, because are parts partial plurisubjetividades, that is to say, I interest subjective different with independent and independent own legitimation without subjection from the law. That the procedural figure of litisconsorcio cuasinecesario the doctrine dictates that in our ordering has not regulated absolutely, but figure in the C.P.C with the name of litisconsorcial intervention.