Napoleonic Code

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Napoleonic Code

n
(Law) the English name for Code Napoléon

Code Na•po•lé•on

(kɔd na pɔ leɪˈɔ̃; Eng. ˈkoʊd nəˌpoʊ leɪˈɔ̃)
n.
the civil code of France, enacted in 1804. Also called Napoleonic Code.
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The legislator followed several models when drawing the institution of deposit, such as the Civil Code of Quebec (Articles 2280-2311), the French Civil Code (Articles 1915-1963), the Italian Civil Code (Articles 1766-1802), retaining certain solutions of the Civil Code of 1940 (Mitu, 2012: 2105).
The French Civil Code of March 21st 1804, which represented the starting point and source of ideological, liberal and conservative inspiration for most European legal systems and for others as well, triggered a cascade process of codification in the newly formed nation states and in those states which were under French political and cultural influence.
Ross reads these provisions, just like article 544 of the French Civil Code, as only stating "limitations on ownership and the use and control of property," rather than as potentially transformative statements of social toleration.
The work will be a Biennale and / or ten-year guarantee, according to the articles of the French Civil Code.
In 1945, the possibility of stripping someone of their French nationality was added to the French Civil Code.
In Goa Portuguese Civil Code and in Pondicherry the French Civil Code is applicable).
Indeed, article 212 of the French Civil Code states: "Married partners owe each other the duty of respect, delity, help and assistance.
In this respect, art L 526-17 -I- of the French Civil Code expressly provides the transfer, based on documents inter vivos, of the patrimony by appropriation, which can occur both under a document of onerous title and under a free of charge document, respectively: sale, donation, contribution to a company's patrimony either to natural persons or legal persons (42).
The court referred to Article 1147 of the French Civil Code, according to which the plaintiff must prove the manufacturer's fault.
44) Article 2274 French Civil Code provides that good faith shall always be presumed: "La bonne foi est toujours presumee, et c'est a celui qui allegue la mauvaise foi a la prouver".
DOHA FOR the first time ever, the French civil code, whose laws form the basis of the legal system of the majority of Arab countries, including Qatar, is available in the mother tongue of these countries, the Arabic language, and in a fine reference edition published by Dalloz, renowned French publishers of legal works.
In the French civil code, marriage is defined explicitly as a relationship oriented toward the creation of a family.