The French Civil Code (As Amended to 1 July 1994) ebook
by John H. Crabb
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The French Civil Code (as amended to July 1, 1976). Translated with an introduction by John H. Crabb. South Hackensack, . Fred B. Rothman & C. 1977. The cultural relations between France and Germany recovered very slowly after the breakdown of World War I. Prior to the Locarno Pact (1925), there were only a few informal intellectual circles working towards a better understanding between the Germans and the French. An outstanding example of these initiatives werde the so-called Entretiens d'été of Pontigny, organised by the Parisian.
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CIVIL Code, as of 1ST july 2013 team in charge of the translation . CIVIL CODE 1 July 2013.
CIVIL Code, as of 1ST july 2013 team in charge of the translation (september 2014): translation: david w. gruning, professor of law, loyola university, school of law, new orleans. Revision: juriscope expert committee: prof. John r. trahan, professor of law, louisiana state university, law center, baton rouge. the publication, effects, and application of legislation in general.
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The Napoleonic Code ‒ or Code Napoléon (the official name being the Code civil des français) ‒ is the French civil code .
The Napoleonic Code ‒ or Code Napoléon (the official name being the Code civil des français) ‒ is the French civil code established under Napoléon I in 1804 . The Napoleonic Code was not the first legal code to be established in a European country with a civil legal system; it was preceded by the Codex Maximilianeus bavaricus civilis (Bavaria, 1756), the Allgemeines Landrecht (Prussia, 1794), and the West Galician Code (Galicia, then part of Austria, 1797). Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page.