civil code


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Related to civil code: French Civil Code, Code of Civil Procedure

civil code

Comprehensive written organization of general rules and regulations authorized by the legislature, based on Roman, Spanish, and French civil law. In the U.S., the judicial system that presides over health care issues and lawsuits is governed by the civil code in Louisiana only and by common law in other states.
See also: code
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It seems that the NDA government will take up the issue of uniform civil code as a strategy to take on the intolerance debate.
Therefore, in order to persuade a judge or arbitrator applying the Civil Code that the amount of compensation claimed is valid, the claimant must show that it was a natural result of the event giving rise to the claim and could not have been avoided by exerting reasonable effort.
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However, Article 17(5) of the UAE Civil Code states: "The law of the United Arab Emirates shall apply to wills made by aliens disposing of their real property located in the State".
China is drafting a new civil code and in doing so, Chinese lawmakers are exhibiting an interest in borrowing legislative and legal ideas from other jurisdictions around the world.
147 of the Libyan Civil Code states that a contract that is signed and is enforceable among the parties shall be the first source of law in any conflict resolution process.

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