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International law and business - chapter 2

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Bart Wernaart

on 16 February 2017

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A legal family is a group of legal systems that share the same basic
characteristics in law, including a similar hierarchy of legal rules.
Macro comparison: legal families
Micro comparisson
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Comparative law and legal systems
Chapter 2
International Law and Business
Comparing: why?
1. Gaining knowledge
2. Evaluating law
3. Substantiate application of law
4. Improve legal education
5. Unification of law
Common law
Civil law
Socialist law
Religious law
Traditional law
Mixed systems
Family type:
Primary source
Example:
Case law
Codified standards
Administration
Religious writings
Customary law
Mixture
England
France
Cuba
Saudi-Arabia
The natives of Malaysia
Japan
Social problem
Praesumptio Similtudinis
Legal solution
Country A
Legal solution
Country B
Functionally equivalent
Tertium comparationis
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