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civil law
Roman law based on the Corpus Juris Civilis; it contrasts with common law
civil law
The body of law dealing with the private relations between members of a community; it contrasts with criminal law, military law and ecclesiastical law
civil-law
Attributive form of civil law

civil-law country.

Bachelor of Civil Law
one who holds a bachelor's degree in civil law, B.C.L
Master of Civil Law
someone who has completed a graduate course of study in civil law
civil law
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civil law
1 Roman law embodied in the Justinian Code and presently prevailing in most western European states, it is also the foundation of the law of Louisiana 2 The law concerned with noncriminal matters 3 The body of laws established by a state or nation, as distinguished from natural law
civil law
The branch of law concerned with conflicts betwen individuals
civil law
the body of laws established by a state or nation for its own regulation
civil law
The body of law relating to contracts and suits as contrasted with criminal law Civil law covers suits of one party by another for such matters as breach of contract or negligence The standard of proof in civil cases is preponderance of evidence - a greater weight of evidence for than against, which is a weaker standard than absence of a reasonable doubt
civil law
Constitution
civil law
Law courts in jurisdictions which follow civil law will aim to follow a highly structured legal code to the letter Common practice is immaterial, and so juries are irrelevant Cases are decided by an expert judge Most of the nations of continental Europe and their former colonies are civil law jurisdictions The expression is also used within common law jurisdictions to distinguish the law governing actions between private parties as opposed to criminal law
civil law
* The body of law relating to contracts and suits as contrasted with criminal law Civil law covers suits of one party by another for such matters as breach of contract or negligence The standard of proof in civil cases is preponderance of evidence - a greater weight of evidence for than against, which is a weaker standard than absence of a reasonable doubt
civil law
Civil law is the part of a country's set of laws which is concerned with the private affairs of citizens, for example marriage and property ownership, rather than with crime. criminal law. the area of law relating to the affairs of private citizens rather than crime criminal law. Body of law developed from Roman law and used in continental Europe and most former colonies of European nations, including the province of Quebec and the U.S. state of Louisiana. The most significant codifications of modern civil law were the French (Napoleonic Code) and the German (German Civil Code). The basis of law in civil-law jurisdictions is statute, not custom; civil law is thus to be distinguished from common law. In civil law, judges apply principles embodied in statutes, or law codes, rather than turning to case precedent. French civil law forms the basis of the legal systems of The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, Spain, most of France's former possessions overseas, and many Latin American countries. German civil law prevails in Austria, Switzerland, the Scandinavian countries, and certain countries outside Europe, such as Japan, that have westernized their legal systems. The term is also used to distinguish the law that applies to private rights from the law that applies to criminal matters. See also criminal law; tort
civil law
Refers to all areas of law which do not involve the state as a party, but concern the relationships between individuals and groups Ranges from multi-million dollar contract disputes to claims of negligence against drivers involved in collisions
civil law
(1) The legal system derived from Roman and Germanic practice and set out in national law codes (2) As distinguished from public law, the body of law dealing with the rights of private citizens
civil law
All law that is not criminal law
civil law
law concerned with non criminal matters
civil law
the law laid down by the State regarding the rights of inhabitants Also known as Roman law
civil law
the legal code of ancient Rome; codified under Justinian; the basis for many modern systems of civil law
civil law
Rules defining relationships among private citizens
civil law
The portion of law that deals with interactions between individual The two branches of civil law are Contract law and tort law
civil law
Law based on a series of written codes or laws
civil law
Law inspired by old Roman Law, the primary feature of which was that laws were written into a collection; codified, and not determined, as is common law, by judges The principle of civil law is to provide all citizens with an accessible and written collection of the laws which apply to them and which judges must follow
civil law
Derived from Roman law, civil law codifies legal principles into one statute In Quebec, the Civil Code embodies most legal obligations, such as family law, property law, responsibility for negligent behaviour (tort law does not exist), and commercial transactions Most European countries, Scotland, the province of Quebec, and the state of Louisiana are governed by civil law
civil law
A body of laws regulating relations between individuals or between individuals and corporations concerning property rights, personal dignity and freedom, and personal injury
civil law
A system of law codified by statutes (See common law, constitutional law, Roman Civil Law, statutory law)
civil law
laws which regulate private matters (as opposed to criminal or military matters); method of lawmaking that began in ancient Rome
civil law
Codes, statutes, and case law governing civil actions
civil law
Law that regulates the informal relationships of contract and exchange between private parties
civil law
The body of law dealing with the private rights of individuals This body of law deals with such things as marriage, divorce, buying and selling property, etc , and is quite different from Criminal Law which deals with crimes and misdemeanors such as murders, robberies, fraud, etc
civil law
Concerned with the relationship between individuals A civil action is generally brought by the person who has been injured or otherwise suffered loss as the result of a wrong which only directly affected him (e g trespass to private land) Usually the claim will be for compensation
civil law
laws concerned with civil or private rights and remedies, as contrasted with criminal law; body of law established by a nation, commonwealth, county or city, also called municipal law
civil wrongs law
law governing conduct between citizens
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medeni hukuk civil law
(as distinct from criminal law)
yurttaşlar yasası civil law
(as opposed to criminal law)
law civil