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The civil code =

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The civil code =

Kodeks cywilny

by Poland

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Published by Wydawn. C.H. Beck in Warszawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civil law

  • Edition Notes

    Polish and English on opposite pages.

    Statement[tłumaczenie / translation, Ewa Kucharska]
    ContributionsKucharska, Ewa
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKKP494.31964 .A52 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 490 p. ;
    Number of Pages490
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25213608M
    ISBN 108325516879
    ISBN 109788325516871
    LC Control Number2011521355
    OCLC/WorldCa727836559

      Home > Archives and Law Center History > LA Civil Code Compiled Ed. > Book III > 6. Book III. Title. Title V. Of Quasi Contracts, and of Offenses and Quasi Offenses (Art. - ) Authors. Louisiana. Files. Download. Download Full Text ( KB) Publication Date. Keywords. SPANISH CIVIL CODE PRELIMINARY TITLE On legal rules, their application and effectiveness. CHAPTER ONE. Sources of law Article 1 1. The sources of the Spanish legal system are statutes, customs and general legal principles. 2. Any provisions which contradict another of .

    OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of the Codice civile, Description: xii, pages 24 cm. Contents: Vol. 2 is supplement. Series Title. It is especially good on the most recent developments, such as quantum cryptology and the thorny civil liberties issues raised by the advent of very secure cipher systems over the Internet. , Robert Matthews. His exposition is especially effective at putting the reader in the code breaker’s shoes The New York Times Book Review.

    THE CIVIL CODE OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN Preamble. On the publication. Effects and Execution of Laws in General. Article I - The Islamic Consultative Assembly’s enactments and the results of the referendum, having gone through legal procedures will be notified to the president of the Republic. Skirsnis Article The effect of civil laws. 1 Punktas (1 p.) 2 Punktas (2 p.) Skirsnis Article Analogy of a statute and law. 1 Punktas (1 p.) 2 Punktas (2 p.) 3 Punktas (3 p.) Skirsnis Article Principles of interpretation of the Civil Code provisions. 1 Punktas (1 p.) 2 Punktas (2 p.) 3 Punktas (3 p.) Skirsnis CHAPTER II PRIVATE.


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