French Civil Code

The same applies when making a comparative study of two codes, for example, the comparative study of the Peruvian Civil Code of 1984 with the Italian Civil Code of 1942 or the Peruvian Civil Code of 1936 with the Peruvian Civil Code of 1852, or the Peruvian Penal Code 1991 in the Peruvian Penal Code 1924, or the Peruvian Civil Code of 1993 with the Peruvian Civil Procedure Code 1912, or the Civil Code 1984 Peruvian Civil Code German 1900, or the Peruvian Civil Code of 1984 with the French Civil Code of 1804, requires a prior study of the Code which we take as a starting point. However, scholars familiar with the study of comparative law is nothing to prevent the comparative study is carried out without prior knowledge of either right to compare, for example it is possible that a student of Argentine law will be feasible to conduct a study of the German Civil Code of 1900 with the French Civil Code of 1804 and the Italian Civil Code of 1942, a study that would be a study macrocomparativo content. 4. Legislative history and comparative law is necessary to distinguish the legislative history of a rule of positive law of a State with comparative law that the legislative history relating to the standards that have been taken into account for approval of a standard, may be the positive law, domestic and foreign law, for example in the offense is a crime estelionato planned and punishable by the Peruvian Penal Code of 1991 are as legislative history that the regulation of crime in the Peruvian Penal Code of 1924 another example is the case of the Peruvian Civil Code 1984 that legislative history has led the Italian Civil Code 1942.

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