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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Spanish Law and Legal System 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9780421902305
ISBN: 0421902302
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421549300
Published: May 2006
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £35.00

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Spanish Law and Legal System provides readers with a clear introduction to the principles and practices of the Spanish legal system and Spanish subsrantive law, drawing comparisons with the English legal system in order to fully aid undersranding.

Spanish Law and Legal System guides the reader through the history of the system, explaining the sources, institutions, court structures and main principles of civil and criminal procedure. Key areas of substantive law including contract, property, family, non-contractual obligations, succession, private international law, constitutional and administrative law are also covered in detail.

In addition, the work:-

  • Makes clear Spanish legal concepts and terminology
  • Clarifies the differences between the civil and common law systems
  • Examines the distinctive characteristics of the Spanish system, such as the co-existence of regional and national civil law, the territorial and political division of the State into autonomous communities and the relationship between central State legislation and autonomous legislation
  • Contains a detailed glossary of terms

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European Jurisdictions, Spain
Introduction to the Spanish Legal System.
Sources of law.
Courts and court structure.
The legal professions.
Civil procedure.
Criminal procedure.
Constitutional law.
Administrative law and procedure.
The Law of Obligations.
Property law.
Family law.
Private international law.