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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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12, which asked, "Do you agree to types of unions, other than those stated in the marriage regulations in the Civil Code, to protect the rights of same-sex couples who live together permanently?"
It is reasonable to expect that a land owner should be equitably compensated for the appropriation of the owner's land and this position is reflected in the Civil Code. As outlined above, Article 1135 of the Civil Code confirms that appropriation of land can only be undertaken on the basis that "just compensation" is paid to the "person being deprived of ownership" (i.e.
Section 44(A) of Civil Code of India imposes restrictive proposal requiring reciprocity in enforcing foreign judgments in the case of 'reciprocating territories'.
In the new Civil Code, this rule is confirmed by the provisions of article 1634, applicable in principle to all agreements and with regard to transferable ownership agreements is reinforced by article 1274 par.
Besides the articles 1626-1634 from the Civil Code of 1864 (and for the period 01.10.2011-15.02.2013, along with the articles 2138-2143 Civ.
1358 of the Civil Code. This premise has emerged and evolved in the transport domain when the carrier as individual who was responsible for his deeds with all assets (and possibly his person) has turned into a corporation that offers global services and employs tens of thousands of employees or subcontracts highly complex.
preparation of relevant amendments to Part IV of the Civil Code is
The JI said that Indian Muslims were living in a constant state of fear for being always targeted, sometimes in the name of cow protection by vigilante mobs of Sangh Parivar, sometimes in the name of beef ban and sometimes in the name of abrogation of Muslim Personal Law and implementation of Uniform Civil Code.
The Constitution allows Muslims to regulate matters such as marriage, divorce and inheritance through their own civil code, though the community itself has been clamouring for reforms and a ban on oppressive customs.
In contrast, the Civil Code of 1825--which exceeds the Digest in
In a nutshell, uniform civil code calls for an end to various personal laws applicable to different religions, replacing them with a single civil code.

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