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La réception réciproque de la jurisprudence et de la doctrine dans les systèmes belge, français et luxembourgeois

Abstract : The civil law systems in Belgium, France and Luxemburg share many similar features. Each country has retained a Civil Code from the Napoleonic period, and many provisions of the Code, now over two centuries old, are still worded as in 1804. In an identical manner across all three legal systems, an opening is left for case law and doctrine to advance the meaning of the civil law. This provides the starting-point for an examination of the circulation of legal determinants, which aims to review transfers of law between the Romanist systems classically referred to as legalist systems, to understand how a national system in the civilist tradition is able — or unable — to deal with a foreign element of case law or doctrine and apply it to local debates and disputes, and even to incorporate it into its own positive law.
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Safia Bouabdallah. La réception réciproque de la jurisprudence et de la doctrine dans les systèmes belge, français et luxembourgeois. Les cahiers de Droit de la santé, Les Etudes Hospitalières - LEH édition, 2019, 60 (1), pp.95-137. ⟨10.7202/1058567ar⟩. ⟨halshs-02861071⟩

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