Right of Visit. So Paulo: Hail, 2005. P. 39 Had to the semantic hypotheses of the right expression of visit in the science of the right if it makes essential to delimit the subject, in order to prevent other aimings, esquivando itself of possible celeumas in the one of the semasiologia. As salient Fabio Bauab Boschi (2005, P.
1), the ambiguidade of the term extends the quarrel, what it makes it difficult the localization of the same in the analysis proposal. Thus, our appreciation will have with legal device Capitulo XI Of the protection of the person of the children of the Civil Code of 2002, and in special the Law n 12,318/2010 (Law of the Parental Alienation) and the Law n 12,398/2011 (law of the Grandmothers). Therefore, ours I try if it restricts to the substance of the Family law. The visit right that understands our problematic one is centradonaorienta Boschi (2005, P. 2) … says respect aode a person to coexist another one with who has affective bows, in the hypothesis of rupture of this communion of life and feelings, when right-having of if keeping the successive treatment between parents and children, to the right of convivncia of the relatives between itself and to the one of communication between people who, even so are not relatives, possess forts reciprocal affective bows. (grifo ours) Corroborating with the presented delimitation, we follow with the Right book of Visit of Fabio Bauab Boschi where it cites an important contribution of Edgar de Moura Bittencourt for the subject, when it appraises of the right of visit as ' ' recognized prerogative to the ascendants to receive its lesser descendants (children or grandsons) trusted to the guard from one of the parents or terceiros' ' 1 In this scene of right-having and its prerogatives we will ahead transcribe the laws that will guide in this drudgery and will extend ours horizontes.
Law n 12,318/2010 (Law of the Parental Alienation): 1 Bittencout, Egard de Moura. Custody of children, 3. ed. So Paulo: LEUD, 1984, P. 119. IN: Boschi, Fabio Bauab. Right of Visit. So Paulo: Hail, 2005.