Civil Procedure Code

Substantive codes regulate the substantive law of a State. Civil and Professional codes are considered substantive. These oppose the procedural codes governing procedural law as the Civil Procedure Code, Civil Procedural Code, Civil Procedure Code 1852, Code of Professional Procedure, Code of Professional Procedure, Constitutional Procedural Code, among others. Special codes are considered those that regulate only one branch of law which are contrary to the general codes governing all branches of law such as the Prussian Code, the Code of Canon Law and the Code of Justinian. Codes are considered affordable, which are easily understood, among which the Peruvian Civil Code 1984 and 1889 Spanish Civil Code, which are opposed to the highly technical codes are considered highly technical codes German Civil Code 1900 and the Peruvian Civil Code 1936. Codes are considered civil law codes governing only the part of private law known as civil law. It should be pointed out that the Italian Civil Code of 1942 is not considered as a Civil Code but is considered a private law code governing civil and commercial law part. They are considered codes written by several authors Codes for processing is taken into account to several lawyers, most notably the French Civil Code of 1804, the Peruvian Civil Code of 1852, the Peruvian Civil Code 1984, which Codes opposed to written by a single author among them Argentine Civil Code and the Code of Andres Bello. 7. COMPARISON OF CLASS “N There are two criteria to classify the work of comparative law, the first is what is referred to below.

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