2 edition of civil code for the Federal District and Territories of Mexico found in the catalog.
civil code for the Federal District and Territories of Mexico
Distrito Federal (Mexico).
|Statement||translated by Otto Schoenrich.|
|Contributions||Schoenrich, Otto, b. 1876.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||627|
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The Civil Code of the Federal District and Territories: A Translation, with an Appendix as to the Civil Codes of the Various Mexican States, Explanatory Notes, Etc (Paperback) George M Howat Published by Franklin Classics, United States ().
Distrito Federal (Mexico). Civil Code for the Federal District and Territories of Mexico and the Mexican laws on alien landownership.
New York: Baker, Voorhis, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Otto Schoenrich; Distrito Federal (Mexico). I thought you might be interested in this item at Title: The Civil Code for the Federal District and territories of Mexico and the Mexican laws on alien landownership Author: Otto Schoenrich; Distrito Federal (Mexico), Publisher: Buffalo, New York: Dennis & Co.,  © OCLC The Civil code for the Federal District and Territories of Mexico, and the Mexican laws on alien landownership.
Responsibility. translated by Otto Schoenrich. Uniform Title. Código civil (). English. Imprint. New York, Baker, Voorhis, Physical : Distrito Federal (Mexico). the Federal Civil Code (as reflected in the Civil Code for the Fed-eral District of ) has been literally incorporated, word by word, in each of the thirty-one local Civil Codes enacted by the Mexican States (with insignificant changes from very few States).1 Accordingly, this means that, de facto, regarding civilAuthor: Jorge A.
Vargas. this is a new law. InMexico enacted this Federal Civil Code in recognition of Mexico City's political independence. 3 The new code nearly replicated the Civil Code, which had applied both locally to the federal district of Mexico City and, in federal matters, to the entire country.
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This report summarizes the current laws governing legitimation and dinctions between ist children born in and out of wedlock for each Mexican state and the Federal District. The country was composed of 19 states and 4 federal territories. After the publication of the constitution, on Novem the Federal District was created.
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Updated through January 1, Perfect for your briefcase or desk and a great format for the attorney or law school student who simply needs to refer to the s: MEXICO - Current law regarding the legitimation of children born in the State of Guerrero, Mexico; the law regarding legitimation for children born out of wedlock in that state from to ; and whether the current Civil Code for the State of Guerrero applies retroactively to births that occurred prior to the most recent Code amendments.
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