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Manéga en Bessarabie, Bello au Chili et Boissonade au Japon. Trois réformateurs du XIXe siècle face au modèle juridique français

Abstract : In this article, we continue to explore the ways French legal model has circulated in the world. In the nineteenth century, we must insist on several factors: geopolitical, historical, cultural and technical. About technical advantages, we propose to examine how three reformers (Manéga in Bessarabia, Bello in Chile and Boissonade in Japan) used the French Civil Code. Despite several differences, the working methods are both similar. The authors explained the way they do: instead of a simple transfer, they made a work of comparison, they made choices about the criterion of legal status, before moving on to the drafting of a code. As such, the use of certain legal mechanisms of the French Code appeared, for them, as obvious.
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Sylvain Soleil. Manéga en Bessarabie, Bello au Chili et Boissonade au Japon. Trois réformateurs du XIXe siècle face au modèle juridique français. Historia et Ius, Historia et Ius, 2013, pp.1 - 19. ⟨halshs-00833595⟩

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