It asserted that the executive branch did not take serious steps to implement the Uniform Civil Code
2437-quater, paragraphs 1 and 2 of the Italian Civil Code
, and placement with third parties by way of offer on the market pursuant to art.
However, a referendum last November on whether to support same-sex marriage legalization through amendments to the Civil Code
A: The compulsory heir is entitled to have the donation set aside in so far as inofficious: i.e., in excess of the portion of free disposal (Civil Code
of 1889, Articles 636, 645), computed as provided in Articles 818 and 819, and bearing in mind that collationable gifts' under Article 818 should include gifts made not only in favor of the forced heirs, but even those made in favor of strangers in computing the legitimes, the value of the property donated should be considered part of the donor's estate.
The right of appropriation in the Civil Code
is consistent with the overarching principle contained in the Constitution of the United Arab Emirates (the "Constitution"), specifically at Article 21, which provides that:
Section 13 of the Civil Code
of India provides the criteria for recognition of a foreign judgment and is a pre-condition to any enforcement proceedings under Section 44A of the code.
Among general contractual provisions, the defining place certainly belongs to the definition of the concept of a contract by the Civil Code
The Bank of Russia cancelled the credit institution's banking licence based on Article 23 of the Federal Law 'On Banks and Banking Activities' following the decision of the credit institution's authorised body to terminate its activity through voluntary liquidation according to Article 61 of the Civil Code
of the Russian Federation and the submission of the respective application to the Bank of Russia.
In the previous regulation, the contractor agreement was included in the scope of the institution of lease; thus, the Civil Code
of 1864 distinguished between lease of things (locatio rei--article 1411 which defined the notion of lease, by using the term of lease of things) and lease of works (the employment contract, the contractor agreement and the transport contract--article 1413).
Regulated by the Articles 2103-2143 of the new Civil Code
, the deposit contract is defined by the law, as the contract under which the depositary receives from the depositor a movable asset, under the obligation to keep it for a period of time and to return it in nature, the restitution of the property being a condition for the valid conclusion of the contract (Article 2103 Civ.
1168 of the Civil Code
such conventions will be interpreted in the light of the provisions of the contract of carriage, which is the contract with which it resembles most.
The recent amendments to all parts of the Civil Code
of the Russian