By Symeon C. Symeonides
Codifying number of legislations world wide chronicles, records, and celebrates the intense, large codification of non-public overseas legislation (PrIL), or clash of legislation that has taken position within the final 50 years, from 1962-2012. in this interval, the realm has witnessed the adoption of approximately two hundred PrIL codifications, european laws, and foreign conventions---more than in all previous years because the inception of PrIL. This e-book offers a horizontal comparability and dialogue of those codifications and conventions, first via evaluating the way in which they get to the bottom of tort and agreement conflicts, after which via evaluating the solutions of those codifications to the elemental philosophical and methodological dilemmas of PrIL. within the method, this e-book re-examines and dispels convinced extensively held assumptions approximately selection of legislation, and the artwork and technological know-how of codification in general.
Written by means of Symeon C. Symeonides, a popular PrIL and comparative legislations specialist with vast first-hand event in drafting codifications and advising different drafters, Codifying selection of legislation round the World will function an imperative element of reference for any severe learn or dialogue of PrIL, and comparative legislations.
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1972, 1295. 34 See Civil Code of Guinea-Bissau, arts. 14–65. This code was a copy of the Portuguese Civil Code of 1966, which was introduced to the then Portuguese colonies by Portuguese Ordinance No. 22,869, of 4 September 1967. Upon declaring its independence in 1973 (recognized in 1974), Guinea-Bissau renewed the force of this code by Law No. 1/73 of 27 September 1973, published in Boletim Oficial No. 1, of 4 January 1975. 35 See Civil Code of Somalia, arts. 37 of 2 July 1973, Off. Bul. 6. 36 See Spanish Civil Code arts.
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38 See Act of 5 December 1975 on Private International Law, DDR GBL I 748 (1975), translated into English and discussed in F. Juenger, The Conflicts Statute of the German Democratic Republic: An Introduction and Translation, 25 Am. Comp. L. 332 (1977). This codification is not discussed in this book. 39 See Mozambique Civil Code, arts. 14–65, initially enacted by Portuguese Ordinance No. 22,869, of 4 September 1967, which extended to the then Portuguese colonies the force of the Portuguese Civil Code adopted by Decree-Law No.
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