Divorce in the Libyan Family (New York University Studies in

Aharon Layish

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Instead, modern pluralist societies are usually characterized by persistent disagreements about deep moral questions. While this compilation was lost to the West within decades of its creation, it was rediscovered and made the basis for legal instruction in eleventh-century Italy and in the sixteenth century came to be known as Corpus iuris civilis. See, for example, the recent bibliography by Schall. The main division is that provincial courts handle all criminal prosecutions and appeals, while federal courts handle disputes involving more esoteric matters of federal jurisdiction, such as conflicts between provinces, maritime law, or disputes over federal taxes or citizenship.

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Instead, modern pluralist societies are usually characterized by persistent disagreements about deep moral questions. While this compilation was lost to the West within decades of its creation, it was rediscovered and made the basis for legal instruction in eleventh-century Italy and in the sixteenth century came to be known as Corpus iuris civilis. See, for example, the recent bibliography by Schall. The main division is that provincial courts handle all criminal prosecutions and appeals, while federal courts handle disputes involving more esoteric matters of federal jurisdiction, such as conflicts between provinces, maritime law, or disputes over federal taxes or citizenship.

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Customary Law Ascertained Volume 3. The Customary Law of the

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The conflict of ethics with sociology opened, so to speak, a second front. The most common claim in recent times, is for customary rights to moor a vessel. From these follow by way of deduction additional precepts, which concern individual goods and the institutions that protect them. Any views expressed are solely those of the author or publisher and do not necessarily reflect those of UNHCR, the United Nations or its Member States. Arriaga and Grotius were already teaching, in order fully to bring out its immutability, that the natural law would have force even if there were no God. 28 Out of this there developed an autonomy of abstract human reason conditioned by the separation of the eternal law and the natural law, and also the ethico-legal rationalism of the individualistic natural law (a development which, by the way, Suarez had foretold in his controversy with Vasquez).

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The conflict of ethics with sociology opened, so to speak, a second front. The most common claim in recent times, is for customary rights to moor a vessel. From these follow by way of deduction additional precepts, which concern individual goods and the institutions that protect them. Any views expressed are solely those of the author or publisher and do not necessarily reflect those of UNHCR, the United Nations or its Member States. Arriaga and Grotius were already teaching, in order fully to bring out its immutability, that the natural law would have force even if there were no God. 28 Out of this there developed an autonomy of abstract human reason conditioned by the separation of the eternal law and the natural law, and also the ethico-legal rationalism of the individualistic natural law (a development which, by the way, Suarez had foretold in his controversy with Vasquez).

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Principles of the Customary Laws of Eritrea

Carlo Conti Rossini

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The Government Printing Office (Pusat Penerbitan PNRI) also publishes individual legislation on a case-by-case basis. Realistic philosophy has no tendency to separate the sciences in place of distinguishing them; it has no tendency toward a fanatical excessive specialization. Besides, the permanent necessity of the positive law rests on the fact that the positive law gives, in accordance with natural-law norms, its positive organization to the social order.

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The Government Printing Office (Pusat Penerbitan PNRI) also publishes individual legislation on a case-by-case basis. Realistic philosophy has no tendency to separate the sciences in place of distinguishing them; it has no tendency toward a fanatical excessive specialization. Besides, the permanent necessity of the positive law rests on the fact that the positive law gives, in accordance with natural-law norms, its positive organization to the social order.

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Customary Law and Women: The Chakkhesang Nagas

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Another important unifying factor is the existence of great “national” law schools (Yale, Harvard, Columbia, Chicago, etc.), which consciously avoid stressing the law of their own particular state and can thereby teach a genuinely “national” common law that can draw on the best principles of the jurisprudence of the 50 sepa-rate state systems. In the Nazi system of domination, law was understood in terms of a progressive order of community life and social progress, which was not rigid but rather evolved in continuous flow.

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Another important unifying factor is the existence of great “national” law schools (Yale, Harvard, Columbia, Chicago, etc.), which consciously avoid stressing the law of their own particular state and can thereby teach a genuinely “national” common law that can draw on the best principles of the jurisprudence of the 50 sepa-rate state systems. In the Nazi system of domination, law was understood in terms of a progressive order of community life and social progress, which was not rigid but rather evolved in continuous flow.

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THE IMPACT OF ENGLISH LAW ON NIGERIAN CUSTOMARY LAW

T. O Elias

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Several concepts postulated by Weber are particularly important to a conflict theorist’s analysis of crime. Legitimate political authorities are those who are motivated by “the care of the community,” and any law created from other motivations is a distinct form of injustice that can also invalidate positive law. The terms ‘Custom’ and ‘Usage’ have different meaning despite their interchangeability. Additionally, Freedom House notes that traditional courts in rural areas often disregard procedures mandated by the Constitution (2012).

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Several concepts postulated by Weber are particularly important to a conflict theorist’s analysis of crime. Legitimate political authorities are those who are motivated by “the care of the community,” and any law created from other motivations is a distinct form of injustice that can also invalidate positive law. The terms ‘Custom’ and ‘Usage’ have different meaning despite their interchangeability. Additionally, Freedom House notes that traditional courts in rural areas often disregard procedures mandated by the Constitution (2012).

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The Impact of Tanzania's New Land Laws on the Customary Land

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Administrative law is the authority delegated to federal and state executive agencies. In England it must go back as far as 1189 but we can’t use this age in determining the custom. Saint Thomas Aquinas pointed out the same thing four hundred years before Locke, though he expressed himself more diplomatically Disagreement on the nature of the good is only a problem with minor and unimportant matters, not worth fighting over, and when the state is absent or weak, precedent on such matters swiftly becomes customary law.

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Administrative law is the authority delegated to federal and state executive agencies. In England it must go back as far as 1189 but we can’t use this age in determining the custom. Saint Thomas Aquinas pointed out the same thing four hundred years before Locke, though he expressed himself more diplomatically Disagreement on the nature of the good is only a problem with minor and unimportant matters, not worth fighting over, and when the state is absent or weak, precedent on such matters swiftly becomes customary law.

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THE RESTATEMENT OF AFRICAN CUSTOMARY LAW: A COMMENT

William Twining

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There have been a number of cases that have come before the Constitutional Court requiring it to interpret and apply the rights and principles in the Constitution pertaining to ACL. Likewise, the First Amendment prohibits laws abridging the right of free speech. It is, then, no wonder that out of the same spirit of romanticism and in spite of the struggle of the historical school, the natural law forthwith reappeared in a purified form. The tension between protecting "historic rights" and providing for developmental equity can be managed only if the water is cooperatively managed by the several national communities in such a way as to assure equitable participation in the benefits derived from the water by all communities sharing the basin.

William Twining

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There have been a number of cases that have come before the Constitutional Court requiring it to interpret and apply the rights and principles in the Constitution pertaining to ACL. Likewise, the First Amendment prohibits laws abridging the right of free speech. It is, then, no wonder that out of the same spirit of romanticism and in spite of the struggle of the historical school, the natural law forthwith reappeared in a purified form. The tension between protecting "historic rights" and providing for developmental equity can be managed only if the water is cooperatively managed by the several national communities in such a way as to assure equitable participation in the benefits derived from the water by all communities sharing the basin.

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Tibetan pastoral ecological customary law and cultural

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See Fuller, The Principles of Social Order, p. 134. 39. In any case, there can be no act of giving, and hence no command to perform the act, unless there is first a ius. Socialism—defined as a centrally planned economy in which the government controls all means of production—was the tragic failure of the twentieth century. He argued that courts should ban the citation of persuasive precedent from outside their jurisdiction, with two exceptions: (1) cases where the foreign jurisdiction's law is the subject of the case, or (2) instances where a litigant intends to ask the highest court of the jurisdiction to overturn binding precedent, and therefore needs to cite persuasive precedent to demonstrate a trend in other jurisdictions. [12]

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See Fuller, The Principles of Social Order, p. 134. 39. In any case, there can be no act of giving, and hence no command to perform the act, unless there is first a ius. Socialism—defined as a centrally planned economy in which the government controls all means of production—was the tragic failure of the twentieth century. He argued that courts should ban the citation of persuasive precedent from outside their jurisdiction, with two exceptions: (1) cases where the foreign jurisdiction's law is the subject of the case, or (2) instances where a litigant intends to ask the highest court of the jurisdiction to overturn binding precedent, and therefore needs to cite persuasive precedent to demonstrate a trend in other jurisdictions. [12]

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Fanti Customary Laws: A Brief Introduction To The Principles

John Mensah Sarbah

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Qtrly Rev. 13 (1898)) Maitland didn't actually say that the "law is a seamless web," but he is usually given credit for the idea that the law forms some kind of "organic unity" or is characterized by pervasive, systematic, and strong interconnections. He rejects law as the standard of conduct for himself or others. The rationality of monetary transactions in the capitalist economy is such that only productivity criteria are considered, whereas power in the bureaucratic state is oriented at effectiveness in political processes of decision-making.

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Qtrly Rev. 13 (1898)) Maitland didn't actually say that the "law is a seamless web," but he is usually given credit for the idea that the law forms some kind of "organic unity" or is characterized by pervasive, systematic, and strong interconnections. He rejects law as the standard of conduct for himself or others. The rationality of monetary transactions in the capitalist economy is such that only productivity criteria are considered, whereas power in the bureaucratic state is oriented at effectiveness in political processes of decision-making.

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THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND CUSTOMARY LAW OF THE NEPALESE

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Since the troy pound was smaller than the commercial pound units used in most of Europe, medieval English merchants often used a larger pound called the "mercantile" pound (libra mercatoria). Rawls's notion of overlapping consensus is closely related to his idea of public reason, which is discussed in a separate entry in the Legal Theory Lexicon (see below for Related Lexicon Entries). In other words, the nature of a system is a matter of perception and/or beliefs.

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Since the troy pound was smaller than the commercial pound units used in most of Europe, medieval English merchants often used a larger pound called the "mercantile" pound (libra mercatoria). Rawls's notion of overlapping consensus is closely related to his idea of public reason, which is discussed in a separate entry in the Legal Theory Lexicon (see below for Related Lexicon Entries). In other words, the nature of a system is a matter of perception and/or beliefs.

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