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What is the roman code of law?

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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.

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Roman law is based on the prımacy of british law and the law in continental countrıes is usually codified. that is set out in one document . however sometimes this happens in common law countries as well e.g in the united state where there is a codified criminal law. codified means that the jugdges are not making new laws but are just interpreting existing laws made by the legislature (parliament or written law)

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The expression "civil law" has a number of meanings. In this context it refers to those legal systems which derive their principles from the legal code of Justinian, a Roman emperor, as opposed to English common law.

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Roman law was based off of Greek Laws (early democracy) and philosophies

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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.

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12 tables from which the Romans went by. Not Barack Obama and Michael Jackson code ) :

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The roman code of law took part in the European times.

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