German Civil Code

German Civil Code
юр. Германское гражданское уложение, 1896 г. (является наряду с Кодексом Наполеона классическим актом, стоящим у истоков формирования гражданского и коммерческого права)
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  • German Civil Code — German Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch Body of codified private law that went into effect in the German Empire in 1900. The code, since modified, developed out of a desire for a truly national law that would override the often conflicting customs and law …   Universalium

  • Civil code — First page of the 1804 original edition of the Napoleonic code A civil code is a systematic collection of laws designed to comprehensively deal with the core areas of private law. A jurisdiction that has a civil code generally also has a code of… …   Wikipedia

  • Civil Code of Argentina — Congress building in Buenos Aires, Argentina The Civil Code of Argentina is the legal code which forms the foundation of the system of civil law in Argentina. It was written by Dalmacio Vélez Sársfield, as the culmination of a series of attempts… …   Wikipedia

  • Swiss Civil Code — ▪ Switzerland [1907] French  Code Civil Suisse,  German  Schweizerisches Zivilgesetzbuch,         body of private law codified by the jurist Eugen Huber (Huber, Eugen) at the end of the 19th century; it was adopted in 1907 and went into effect in …   Universalium

  • Japanese Civil Code — ▪ Japanese law Japanese  Mimpō,         body of private law adopted in 1896 that, with post World War II modifications, remains in effect in present day Japan. The code was the result of various movements for modernization following the Meiji… …   Universalium

  • Prussian Civil Code — byname of  German Allgemeines Landrecht        (“General State Law”), the law of the Prussian states, begun during the reign of Frederick the Great (1740–86) but not promulgated until 1794 under his successor, Frederick William II. It was to be… …   Universalium

  • Civil Code (Chile) — The Civil Code of the Republic of Chile ( Código Civil de la República de Chile , also referred to as the Code of Bello ) is the work of the Chilean Venezuelan jurist and legislator Andrés Bello. After several years of individual work (though… …   Wikipedia

  • Civil Code of Russia — The Russian Civil Code (Russian: Гражданский кодекс Российской Федерации, frequently abbreviated ГК РФ) is the prime source of civil law for the Russian Federation. The Russian Civil Law system descendanted from Roman Law through Byzantine… …   Wikipedia

  • Civil Code of the Republic of Korea — The Civil Code of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) was passed in 1958 as Law No. 471 and is known in South Korea as one of the three fundamental laws, the other two being Criminal law and constitution. It is made up of five parts, Part I… …   Wikipedia

  • Chilean Civil Code — First page of the Chilean Civil Code, first edition of 1856. The Civil Code of the Republic of Chile (Código Civil de la República de Chile, also referred to as the Code of Bello) is the work of Venezuelan jurist and legislator Andrés Bello.… …   Wikipedia

  • Portuguese Civil Code — The current Portuguese Civil Code ( Código Civil ) was approved in November, the 26th, 1966 and entered into force in June, the 1st, 1967. Its text was prepared by a Commission of Professors of Law which in its final phase was presided and… …   Wikipedia


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