The Law is Louisiana is based on the Napoleonic Code
It is based on Napoleonic civil code.
It is important to know the different laws of the different times. Roman law is the law code of ancient Rome. It forms the basis of civil law in many different countries today.
No , Napoleon Bonaparte gave the United States the Louisiana Territory for 3 cents an acre for various reasons
French governor of pre-American Independence Louisiana (which included today's Louisiana and then some), from 1765-66 and also acting from 1768-69.
Louisiana is the only state to use the Napoleonic code instead of common law. They do use the common law for criminal matters.
No. A law prohibiting sexual orientation discrimination in employment was allowed to expire in 2008.
No. Louisiana does not recognize common law marriage.
of course there is a lemon law in Louisiana. all sates have one! wow you must be a retard
The basis of most WESTERN law systems is Common Law.
The Torah, together with its ancient commentary (the Talmud) is the basis of Israelite law.
Louisiana is under Napoleonic Law
It remains the basis for the Louisiana laws.
Although the developing Napoleonic Code strongly influenced Louisiana law, ... of common law, the "civilian" tradition is still deeply rooted in Louisiana private ... is merely a secondary source of law, which cannot be authoritative and does not .
Louisiana has the most complicated laws of intestacy in the US. It is the only state that has a legal system based on the Napoleonic Code. You can read more about it at the link provided below.