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(1) Any systematic collection of laws, regulations, or rules.(2) Shorthand for any of the various building codes,such as, for example,“This historic property has been updated and meets all current code requirements.”

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Articles 484 to 501, Civil Code of the Philippines-Co-Ownership
It results from the analysis of the definition given by article 1851 Civil Code that the legislature intended to comply with the opinions constantly expressed in the doctrine published under the previous Code which mentioned the "dematerialization" of the contractor agreement (Deak, 2001: 292), in the sense of applicability of rules concerning the contract, not only to material works, but also to intellectual activities, such as professional consultations provided by a public notary or lawyer under the law governing such activities (Rudareanu, 2006: 168).
The deposit agreement has two parties, the depositor and depository, that are included in the named contracts in the new civil Code, trough legal characteristics.
The least risky challenge to a termination by consent is to ensure that the contract expressly includes a provision that a termination can be made without the need for a judicial order, which would make the termination compliant with Article 271 of the UAE Civil Code.
Article 44 of the Constitution says implementation of the Uniform Civil Code is the duty of the state.
The interest of scholars in the first civil code is understandable.
While the Muslim community has been almost entirely united in opposing the revival of a Uniform Civil Code discourse, there have been several tonal differences in the Christian, and Parsee responses, for instance.
In Kerala, the Indian Union Muslim League and Congress party leaders had voiced concern about the BJP's plan to implement a common civil code.
79 of the Civil Code shall not be applied in regard of the transfer of the shares (SCL Ruling of 14/12/2007 in civil case No.
German Civil Code (BGB) of 1896 and Swiss Code of Obligations of 1881.
However, the court or arbitrator applying the Qatari Civil Code has a discretion to adjust the amount of LDs to reflect the injured party's actual loss.

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