Roman Codes

2) Code Hermogeniano. 3) Code Gregorian (330). 4) Theodosian Code (438). 5) Code of Justinian (529 and 534). These codes are general, as they relate to all right, all right romado, ie do not refer to a field of law but to the right romado, and are collections of imperial constitutions. Of these five codes, the most widespread is the Code of Justinian, as it is a compilation (consolidation) but finished. We note that for some authors on Roman law existed not a single Code of Justinian, but two Codes of Justinian, one of the 529 and the other from 534. 20.

CODES IN THE STATES BELONGING TO THE FAMILY OF THE COMMON LAW The codes are not used in all legal systems, for example England (which belongs to the family of Common Law) does not have codes and case-law is more than Romano Germanic family, it belongs to the Peruvian State. United States (which also belongs to the family of the Common Law) if you have codes but different from our own a "are consolidations – (with the exception of Louisiana, if you have code similar to NEOS contemporary MAJOR Contemporary Civil Codes a "called Modern Civil Codes by other writers – most important are the following: 1) 1804 French Civil Code (Code Napoleon), with the appearance of this Code was developed Exegesis School . 2) German Civil Code of 1896, in force since 1900 (BGB), for the drafting of the Code took into account the contributions of the School of the Pandectas.