Introduction to french law is a very practical book that makes clear sense out of the complex results of the complex bodies of law that govern the most important fields of law and legal practice in france today seventeen chapters each written by a distinguished french legal scholar cover the following field in substantive and procedural detail with lucid explanations of french law in the following fields. Introduction to french law i the written sources of law french law forms part of laws known as the romano germanic family the common origin in ancient roman law prior to frances codification is the fact that the law was diversified amongst a number of different systems gradually until the 12th century there was a clear dividing . The law of france refers to the legal system in the french republic which is a civil law legal system primarily based on legal codes and statutes with case law also playing an important role the most influential of the french legal codes is the napoleonic civil code which inspired the civil codes of europe and later across the world. Useful for students learning an area of law introduction to french law is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice research references providing references to further research sources search more options find it at other libraries via worldcat oclc find introduction to french law in google books
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