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If one looks to title 58 of the South Dakota Codified Law, one
Both systems today employ both case law and codified law.
China is often thought of as a strong central government with harsh laws, but, in fact, the concept of codified law in many areas of China is quite new (Lubman, 1999).
Contradicting past interpretations of late imperial jurisprudence as a mechanical application of unchanging and moribund statutes, Sommer presents a meticulous reading of codified law and case records pertaining to illicit sex (jian) to demonstrate how legislators and judges of the seventeenth century onward actively used law in an attempt to mitigate the effects of social changes which, they felt, were threatening the moral and social order upon which the imperial edifice rested.
Elevating the judicial doctrine to codified law will diminish the amount of litigation, he averred.
As we all know, it was on Mount Sinai that God delivered to Moses the first codified law, the primal law-the ten commandments.
As universal to all mankind, and not limited to a particular people, Christianity appears as apolitical, guided not by questions of a codified Law, as in Judaism or Islam, but by questions of the meaning of the faith it represents.
Five years ago in the state of Washington, people who wanted access to the codified law of Washington could purchase one of two printed sources.
23) Finally, this note will argue for a change in South Dakota Codified Law to eliminate the practice of "charging by ambush.
3 section first of codified law 2190/1920, as the case may be, by the General Meeting to the Board of Directors of the Bank: (i) to increase the share capital of the Bank, through the issuance and distribution of new shares, the amount whereof shall be paid in cash and/or by contribution in kind, and (ii) to issue one or more bonds convertible into Bank shares.
The judge based his decision on constitutional provisions and Revolutionary Court "civil procedures that instruct judges to consult sources when there is no codified law that addresses a matter," according to ICHRI.