Tuttavia nelle glosse ai manoscritti del Corpus Juris
Civilis si possono gia rintracciare due scuole di pensiero distinte.
(5) See John B McClay & Wendy L Matthews, Corpus Juris
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is a repressive legal system which will almost certainly be imposed upon us should we be foolish enough to vote to remain within the benighted EU.
Coherence, then, is both unrealistic and unattractive when imposed on the corpus juris
of a large, diverse, federal republic like the United States.
The fear must now be that under the Treaty of Lisbon, Brussels will increasingly push towards a unified system of European law, founded on continental corpus juris
which is wholly at odds with our system which Mr Obama was so keen to praise.
533-34, emperor Justinian codified the Roman law into the Corpus Juris
Civilis, the forerunner to the extensive civil law system.
Second, there are striking similarities between al-Shaybani's six works (al-Asllal-Mabsut, al-Janni' al-kabir, al-Jami al-saghir, al-Ziyadat, and al-Siyar) and the Corpus Juris
Civilis: there is a clear correspondence in structure, function, and content that, according to Jokisch, can only be explained as the result of systematic reception (pp.
In referring to the "body" of Jewish law, Dorff uses the term "corpus juris
," suggesting the collection of Jewish law's rules.
720, 727 (1944) (quoting 38 Corpus Juris
Secundum 949 and 952 (1943))).