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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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Cong others opposed civil code, is against secular nature country
It is important to note that in French law, although the emancipated minor is fully capable, similarly to a major, in case of marriage and adoption the same rules are applicable as to the non-emancipated minor, under article 413-6 of the French Civil Code.
The first is the French civil code, which emerged from Continental Europe.
Based on whether or not a CASp inspection has been performed, draft and incorporate appropriate provisions into their commercial leases executed on or after July 1 to comply with Civil Code Section 1938; and
The claim may be granted based on (i) the contract signed between the Libyan government and the international contractor, (ii) the Libyan Civil Code, and if applicable (iii) a bilateral investment treaty signed between Libya and the country of the international contractor.
Although portions of the French Civil Code were imported directly (notably with regard to private property), certain aspects of classical Islamic jurisprudence were codified with modifications intended to reform elements subject to abuse.
Cambodia approached Japan in 1998 through the Japan International Cooperation Agency for help in working out a civil code.
Article 1 of the Civil Code of Egypt contains provisions that in the absence of any applicable legislative provisions, the court shall adjudicate according to custom and usage, and in the absence of applicable custom and usage, the court shall apply the principles of Sharia, which are most consistent with the provisions of the law.
Various attempts to institute one civil code pertaining to the status of the individual, even as an optional measure, have failed due to a political and social system based on confessional power-sharing.
At the same time, DeHeng Law Offices and boutique law firm Civil Code NV merged into DeHeng Civil Code NV in Holland.
The Civil Code of 1857 figures prominently in Milanich's story.
The procedure remains the same - access is gained by entering the Civil Code number and a spam-control code.

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