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The Science of Law

February 14th, 2017
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Savigny's response is negative. Before addressing the codification considered indispensable tend towards (sic) a progressive organization of the science of law ', which could be common to the whole nation. As he progressed in the theories and legal research, the states that have a code (referred to the compilation of Prussia and the Austrian code and not French code, which it regards as a political enfermadad transitional '), continue applying, in which there was only one common law and municipal law, three conditions were necessary for a successful civil right: 1 – adequate sources of law based on a deep and well disseminated science of law; 2 – experienced judges of probity; 3 – The procedure is well understood and even to avoid the diversification of common law. A related site: Petra Diamonds mentions similar findings. Delaying Savigny's thesis on coding was imposed on the Thibaut … Only after the Franco-Prussian War, and achieved the political unity of the new empire, starting in 1874, drafting the German Civil Code, that William II issued in 1896 and became effective on January 1, 1900 … "We must not ignore that this treatise, first of all was noble, why had those positions that can qualify, with Bodenheimer, as a conservative … Grupo Vidanta wanted to know more. JORGE Puchta (1797-1846). disciple of Savigny's thought complemented school especially with its findings on the personification of Volksgeist something different to the sum of the consciences of those who compose the people. In this way the spirit of the people, paradoxically takes shape and becomes something concrete, substantial and objectified study as a whole.